How to Pass Your Ohio Permit Test in 2016
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- OH Fines & Limits Test
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- OH Signs & Situations Test
- OH Road Signs Test
- OH Marathon Test
- OH Motorcycle Test 1
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- OH Motorcycle Test 3
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- OH Motorcycle Test 6
- OH Fines & Limits Test
- OH Moto Marathon Test
- OH Driver's Handbook
- OH Moto Handbook
How To Proceed
Pick Up a Copy of the Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws
To drive you need to know what laws apply to you. You can find a listing of these laws in the Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle laws also known as the drivers handbook. Pick up a copy from your nearest Bureau of Motor Vehicles or find one online. The Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles in also known as the BMV.
Study Your Manual
Now that you have a manual, start studying it. You will need to learn all of the material in this guide, so pay attention.
Take an Ohio BMV Practice Test
Taking actual tests at the BMV takes time and money. Before you head in, take a few practice tests to make sure you are ready. These tests will simulate the actual BMV test and will include multiple choice questions about driving laws in Ohio. Taking an Ohio practice test is well worth your time.
Go to a Local Driver Examination Station
Find your nearest driver examination station. Take along the necessary paperwork to prove your identity, name, date of birth social security number (if you have one). You can find a complete list of acceptable documents from the Ohio DMV. If you are under 18 you will need to bring your parent. Make sure they bring identification as well. The fee will be $22.
Take Your Vision Test
You will need to take a vision test before you can get an Ohio drivers license. This test can be taken with contacts or glasses, but then you will need to wear corrective lenses at all times while driving.
Take Your Written Test
You will take 2 written tests prior to receiving your permit. One will cover road regulations and the other signs. If you understand the information in your drivers handbook, you should be able to easily pass the test.
Enroll in Ohio Driving Schools
Driving school is a great way to learn how to drive properly. It is required for all drivers under 18 and recommended for all other first time drivers. Make sure you choose a school that is recognized by the state and that you get a certificate of completion when you are done.
Use Your Permit to Practice
With your permit you can drive in Ohio with a licensed driver of at least 21. Practice during the day and at night and during a variety of road conditions including sun, rain, snow and ice.
Schedule Your Driving Test in Ohio
Once you are comfortable you can take your driving test. During this test you will be required to show a variety of skills including stopping, starting, turning, backing up, making left and right turns, giving turn signals, driving in your lane and maintaining a safe distance. You will also take a maneuverability test where you will drive a vehicle through a series of markers without striking them. These two portions make up the Ohio driving test.
Take Your Completed Examination Forms in and Receive Your License
Take your completed forms to the Deputy Registrar and get your Ohio drivers license. It will expire in 4 years on your birthday or on your 21st birthday, whichever comes first. Your licensing fee varies based on age but ranges between $19 and $25 dollars.