Online Ohio Driver Education
If you're ready to complete your Ohio driver education requirement but sitting in a classroom isn't on your list of favorite things to do, you're in luck! Instead of enduring a lengthy classroom lecture, you can take the course online while the material is presented through text, videos and interactive animations.
How Does Online Training Work?
Taking an online course is very simple. All you need to do to get started is create a login which will give you 24/7 access the course content on any device with internet connectivity. You can log in and out of the course as much as you'd like and during any time of day. Because our courses save automatically, you don't need to worry about losing progress as you go. You focus on learning the material — we do all the rest for you.
Online courses are budget-friendly and convenient, giving students an alternative to a traditional classroom. They offer students several benefits, including:
- Flexible schedules — complete lessons wherever and whenever you want.
- Self-paced learning — log on and off as needed, course saves your progress.
- Low cost — save money and time compared to classroom courses.
- Use any mobile device — complete course on any device with internet access.
- Available 24/7 — our customer care team is US-based and here for you 24/7.
Because you have 24/7 access to the content in an online course, you can work through the material whenever you have time. You do not need to complete the course all at once. In fact, it doesn't matter if you have five minutes or an hour to spare; you can spend as much or as little time in the course as you want. Simply log in and out at your leisure.
Online courses can be offered for significantly less money than a traditional classroom course. While a traditional classroom course can cost you hundreds of dollars, you can receive the same training for less when taking it online. Online courses also save you a lot of time. Instead of going to and from class, you can access the course on any device instantly.
Content is broken up into sections in an online course, much like chapters in a textbook. You read through the material at your own pace and unlike a lecture, you can revisit sections once you've completed them.
The State of Ohio requires teens to complete 8 hours of behind-the-wheel practice at a driving school in addition to the driver education requirement. By taking your classroom portion online, you save money which you can use for your state-required behind-the-wheel training.
Classroom Versus Online
Ultimately, only you can decide what type of education is right for you. While classroom training has been the traditional choice for decades, more and more students are turning to online education for its flexibility and convenience. With online training, you are in complete control and decide when to start and stop the course, when to re-read or re-watch important content and so much more. Discover the benefits today and sign-up for your Ohio Driver Education Online Course.