Frequently Asked Questions

Ohio Abbreviated Adult Program

Course FAQ'S

The State of Ohio now requires all first time adult drivers to complete an Abbreviated Adult Training Program if they fail their road test on the first try. Find answers to common questions here.

How long is the course I'm required to take?

The course is 4 hours long. However, you don't need to take it all in a single session.

Can I take my course online?

Yes! Our online course has been approved by the state, and you can take it on your computer, laptop or mobile device 24/7. Start & stop anytime!

Is there a test at the end of the course?

Yes. The state requires that you complete a 20 question final exam. To pass, you must score at least 75% correctly.

How will I get my certificate of completion?

The state of Ohio requires that you have an original certificate of completion. So, once you complete the course, we will mail your certificate of completion via standard mail --
at no additional cost to you!

Are there any additional fees I will need to worry about?

No. We are always upfront about our pricing, any state or local fees are already included in our pricing so you don't have to worry about paying extra later!

What if I don't pass the exam?

Don't worry, the state allows you to re-take the exam up to 3 times. However, you'll have to wait 24 hours between each attempt.

"Easy to complete at my own pace and on my own time. Lots of good information in the course as well."

~ Kayla G, Happy Student

State Requirements & Behind-the-Wheel Training FAQ's

The State of Ohio now requires all first time adult drivers to complete an Abbreviated Adult Training Program if they fail their road test on the first try. Find answers to common questions here.

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Who does the state requirement apply to?

Any adult (18+ years old) who fails their road test on their first try.

What am I required to do?

You must do one of the following:

  • 4 hours of classroom and 24 hours of driving with a licensed driver, 21 years and older;
  • 4 hours of online and 24 hours of driving with a licensed driver, 21 years and older;
  • 4 hours of classroom and 4 hours with a licensed instructor;
  • 4 hours of online and 4 hours with a licensed instructor

How can I find a licensed behind-the-wheel instructor?

Instructors get licensed by the state of Ohio, so you should be able to get the contact information for driving schools in your county by visiting the Ohio Driver Training website.