Being prepared means having your own food, water and other supplies to last for at least 72 hours after an emergency. Learn which basic household items you may need in the event of an emergency.
Driving schools include basic teen and adult driver education programs, driver training for persons with disabilities, remedial and commercial driver license programs.
If you're helping to teach someone to drive, make the most of supervised driving practice with resource's from the Ohio Traffic Safety Office.
Beginning October 1, 2021, the federal government will no longer consider standard driver licenses and identification cards as sufficient forms of identification for air travel. TSA (Transportation Security Administration) will require a federally-compliant driver license, identification card, or other acceptable form of identification such as a U.S. passport or military ID to fly within the U.S.
Before you search, please be aware:
- Crash reports may take up to 6 weeks to be available on this website.
- If the crash report is not located, please contact the agency that investigated the crash.
- Crash reports provided on this website are not official documents. To obtain the official report, contact the agency that investigated the crash.
The Ohio Department of Public Safety receives crash reports on public roadways from all law enforcement agencies in Ohio for statistical purposes only. Once we receive the crash report, it will be available on our crash report search website.
If you need assistance with the crash report search application, please email email@example.com.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol maintains crash reports and photographs from crashes investigated by the Ohio State Highway Patrol only. Request an official Ohio State Highway Patrol crash report.