Abbreviated Adult Driver TRAINING Course

Frequently Asked Questions

Adult Abbreviated Driver Training Course FAQ’s

About the State Requirements

The state of Ohio requires you to attend a 4-hour Abbreviated Adult Training Course, as well as perform additional behind-the-wheel training. For the behind-the-wheel training, you can choose to practice with a licensed driver 21 years or older (24 hours of driving required) OR complete 4 hours of driving with a licensed instructor.

At the end of your driving instruction, you will be given a 15-20 minute examination by the instructor.

You must complete both the adult driver education course and the behind-the-wheel driver training within 3 months of the first day you start the training course.

About the Course

You will need to either accumulate 24 hours of additional behind-the-wheel driving practice with a licensed driver 21 years or older OR sign up for a 4-hour driving instruction class with a licensed instructor.

You can only schedule 2 hours with a driving instructor on the same day as the classroom portion. You will need to take the other 2 hours on a separate day.

After you have completed the behind the wheel instruction there will have a 15-20 driving evaluation.

Additional infomation about the Adult Driver Education Course

Drivers License

Click the link to get more information on what you need to get your drivers license. More info

Behind-The-Wheel Training

Click the link to get more information about the behind the wheel training. More info