Ohio Adult Driver Education for students who failed their road or maneuverability test
Ohio Adult Driver Education Requirements
For Adults That Failed the Road or Maneuverability Test
The state of Ohio requires any adult (18+ years old) who fails their road test to complete various adult driver education requirements.
You must complete 4 hours of online or classroom training, as well as some behind-the-wheel practice before you can re-take your road test.
- 24 hours of practice with any licensed driver that is 21 or older, or
- 4 hours of practice with any professionally licensed driving instructor
Pass Your Road Test & Get Your Driver’s License!
Check out some helpful resources that will prepare you for the road test.
Ohio DPS Approved
We are approved by the State of Ohio Department of Safety to offer the Abbreviated Adult Driver Course (Enterprise License # 2508). View us on the Ohio DPS Approved Website.
Here are some of our great perks:
- Fully narrated with an animated guide
- Fun activities & videos
- Stop & start as needed
- INSTANT VALIDATION.
90% students are instantly validated.
Other providers make you wait to take the course.
- Take the course around your schedule
- Engaging & keeps your attention
- Don’t need to take it all at once
- FREE Certificate
- EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE
We are here to happily support you.