- What do I need to bring?
- Will this remove my points?
- Can I take this course online?
- Is there anything that would exempt someone from getting a 2-point credit?
- What do I do once I get my certificate?
You will need to bring a form of ID such as a Driver's License, or if you do not have a driver's license, you may use a regular Ohio Identification Card. You will need to know you driver's license number for the points to be applied. This is located on your driver's license or your identification card, the number is the same. If you do not have either of these you may go to your local BMV to obtain a license number, they will not give that information over the phone. To sum everything up, you will only need to bring a form of government photo identification and your driver's license number.
No, completing this class will not remove points. It will give you a 2 point credit that will act as a "cushion". Please refer to the "Adult Remedial Course" page.
No. The adult driver remedial course is not eligible for online completion. Physical attendance is required.
Yes. If you are taking the remedial course because your license is suspended, you will not be eligible for the credits. You will only receive a certificate of completion which is what you need to get your license back. If you are attending the course on your own and not because of a suspension, you will receive the 2-point credit as well as the certificate of completion.
There are 2 answers.
For Non-suspended Licenses
After successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion. For those who attend the course on their own and do not have a suspended license, you must either scan and email or physically take the certificate to your local BMV so that they can apply the 2 credits. The email is provided in the course.
For Suspended Licenses
If you are attending the course due to a suspension, you can not use the certificate to apply the credits because you will not be eligible. You must give the certificate to the court so that it may be presented as proof of completing a step required to obtain your license.