You must submit an application for a driver license at a driver exam station. Along with your application, you must provide documentary proof of your full legal name, your date of birth, your Social Security Number, and your citizenship or legal presence.
You can find out more about acceptable identification documents here.
If you are under 18, the application must be co-signed by a parent or legal guardian when you submit the application and the co-signer must present
either a valid Ohio driver license or a valid Ohio ID.
If you are convicted of a traffic offense within the first six months of having your license, you may be required to be accompanied by your parent or guardian for six months or until you reach age 17.
If you receive multiple traffic convictions before your 18th birthday, you may have your license suspended. For alcohol-related convictions, your driver license
will be suspended for at least six months.
Our teen online Ohio Driver Education course is a great way to learn driving tips, techniques and rules of the road to earn your license.
Click here to learn more about our online Ohio Driver Education Course.