Begin studying for Ohio DMV written permit test.
At age 15 years and six months, an applicant may go to any driver exam station to take the knowledge and vision screening to being the temporary permit process. Prior to testing, applicants must provide proof of: Full legal name, Date of birth, Social Security number (if assigned).
Once you have your permit, begin driving with a parent or guardian. We recommend having approximately 25 of your 50 hours completed with a parent or guardian before beginning your 8 hours of Behind the Wheel Driving with us. 50-Hour Affidavit
While working on your driving hours, you should complete the online or sign-up for an in-person driver education training class. The 24hr in-person classes will be held periodically throughout the year. We will post on here and on facebook, times and location of the classes.
Driver's Education Requirements
Student must be at least 15 years 5 months old
Parent/guardian must read and sign a Training Agreement.
Student must have a valid temporary license before the first in car driving lesson.
All 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of driving instruction must be completed within a six month period
Temporary Permit Requirements
Obtaining a Temporary Permit Packet
Applicants must provide proof of name, date of birth and social security number (if assigned one). See Acceptable Documents.
You may apply for the type of Temporary Permit Packet needed at any local deputy registrar's office. See Driver License Fees.
For instructions regarding the testing procedures at the exam stations, refer to: First Time License Examination.
For Temporary Permit to be valid (for you to be legal to drive), both parts of the Written Test (Signs and Laws) must be successfully completed (at least 75% correct for both sections).