Ohio Defensive Driving

Information Last Verified: July 27, 2021 by Jordan Fabel

Online Ohio Defensive Driving

A traffic ticket can harm both your driving record and your insurance premiums due to the the added points that come with the citation. While there are ways to repair the problem, often they are almost more problem than they are worth. Preventing the addition of these points doesn’t have to be a burden. In fact, with this course, it couldn’t be any easier! With an online Ohio defensive driving course from I Drive Safely, you’ll be able to:

Ohio Defensive Driving

This course qualifies you for a 2-point credit on your driving record, eliminating the damage done by that traffic violation. Mess up again? No worries! You can take the course up to five times to clear up your driving record. As an added bonus, your auto insurance provider may give you a discount for taking our course. With an online Ohio defensive driving course, it’s a win-win situation.

The Benefits to an Online Course

A 100% online Ohio defensive driving course lets you take your driver’s education in your own hands. With unlimited ability to log in and out, you decide how quickly you progress through the course. If you have the time and stamina you can power through the curriculum in one sitting. If your life is as busy as most people’s, you can complete it a piece at a time. The course fits everyone’s personal learning preferences and schedules. However you choose to get it done, you never have to remember where you left off. If you work on your computer one day and move to your tablet or smartphone the next, exclusive auto-save technology will take you right back to where you were. To make the course even easier, choose our audio option and we’ll even read your course to you!

Good for Ticket Dismissal by Mayor’s Courts

Currently, this Ohio Defensive Driving course is fully approved by mayor’s courts in the City of Hilliard and the Village of New Albany. In the future other counties may approve our course. There are other individual courts that may accept our course with permission. Contact the court that issued your citation and you may be able to take our course.

This quick and easy course spans 8 short, easy-to-understand chapters. The chapters use videos, animations, graphics, and other interactive multimedia features to keep the course engaging and entertaining. After each chapter there is a 10-question quiz to prepare you for a 40-question multiple-choice final exam. Successful completion of the course requires a  score of at least 80% on the final, but don’t worry. The course offers unlimited retakes on the final, so passing isn’t a problem.

Cheaper Insurance, Too

An Ohio defensive driving course may even make you eligible for a nice discount on your auto insurance. Many insurance companies offer policyholders discounts for the successful completion of a defensive driving course. Check with your agent for full details. If your carrier offers such a program, all you’ll have to do is send a copy of your completion certificate to your insurance provider and start saving money!

Get Your Certificate Fast – and Free!

Once you have completed your Ohio defensive driving course, we get to work for you. We won’t keep you waiting for your certificate – we know how much you need it. If you get that final done by 3PM CST, we’ll get your certificate processed and in the mail to you that same day for free. If you are afraid the US Mail won’t be fast enough, we have a number of affordable choices for expedited delivery. .

If You Need Us, We’re Always Here

It’s not just the online course that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – our customer care team is here for you, too. If you only have time in your schedule to work on your course at 2 AM, feel free to call or e-mail if you have any problems.

Jordan Fabel

Jordan Fabel

Covering different 'paths' that people's lives can take. Creative, foster parent, ticket dismissal, you get the idea. Exploring the requirements, certifications, exams, and obviously, approved courses along each path. I, personally, am the high school dropout son of two teacher parents. So how did I get here? That story takes more time. Coming soon!