Developing Skills for a Lifetime
Teaching new drivers the skills they'll need to stay safe while on the road may be one of the most
important endeavors Ohio undertakes each year. That's because driving a motor vehicle remains among the most hazardous tasks most people will ever perform.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 20-year-olds in the United States each year.
Helping teens develop driving skills they'll use for a lifetime requires the time, expertise
and energy of many - those at the Ohio Department of Public Safety, qualified
driving instructors, state licensed schools and involved parents. By visiting
this site and learning more about the process, you've shown your interest
and commitment to driver safety.
Temporary Permit Procedure
Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) and Teen Driving Laws
GDL Frequently Asked Questions
Drivers Corner Newsletter - July 2013
Drivers Corner Newsletter - March 2014
Drivers Corner Newsletter - June 2014
The Open Forum provided October 7, 2013, is still available for viewing by clicking here. Questions and comments may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rules For Comment
None at this time.
Required Minimum Standards for Online Driver Education
Please direct any comments or questions to:
Ohio Department of Public Safety
Driver Training Program
Valerie Luptak - Driver Training Manager
1970 W. Broad St.
P.O. Box 182081
Columbus, Ohio 43218-2081
Phone: (614) 466-3524
Fax: (614) 728-8330