We are now offering the Juvenile Driver Intervention Program (JDIP). This is the course required by local courts for juvenile traffic offenders to regain their driving privileges. The course curriculum is approved by the state and is presented in 1 6-hour session at a cost of $65.00. All payments must be made at the time you arrive and be made in cash, money order or credit card. NO CHECKS. Certificates will be issued upon completion of the course.
Scheduling will be done by pre-registration (phone or website) and the courses will be offered on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Classes will be from 9AM to 4PM with scheduled breaks and a lunch. If nobody pre-registers, there will be no class on the assigned date.
We are now offering the Adult Remedial Course which is ordered by the courts or required as part of your re-instatement process. This is the 2-point program and our Ohio Excellence in Remedial Curriculum is approved by the State of Ohio. The cost of the course is $85.00 and payments must be made at the time you arrive in the form of cash, money order or credit card. NO CHECKS. Certificates will be issued upon completion of the 8-hour course.
Scheduling will be done by pre-registration (phone or website) only. The course will be offered on the 1st Saturday of each month. Classes will be from 9AM to 6PM with scheduled breaks and a lunch. Walk-ins will be accepted but if nobody pre-registers, there will be no class on the assigned date.
According to Ohio's motor vehicle laws, an individual completes a remedial driving instruction and or juvenile driver intervention course for the following reasons; to comply with the reinstatement conditions of a drver's license suspension, to comply with a judge's orders or to obtain a 2-point credit.
Is completed to comply with the conditions of re-instatement for a 12-point Suspension and/or OVUAC Suspension. Drivers 19 years of age or older may complete the remedial driving instruction to comply with conditions of re-instatement for a Probationary License Suspension.
Effective January 1, 2004, the course can be completed to grant a 2-point credit to Ohio drivers who have between 2 and 11 points charged against their Ohio driving record within a 2 year period.
Is also completed to comply with a judge's order as indicated under Section 4510.02 of the Ohio Revised Code (drivers of any age must comply with the court's orders).Juvenile Driver Intervention Program
Is completed to comply with the conditions of re-instatement of the Probtionary License Suspension. Drivers 18 years of age or younger may complete the Juvenile Driver Intervention Program (JDIP) to comply with their re-instatement requirements for the 12-point and/or OVUAC Suspensions also.
Should not be completed if the applicant is 19 years of age or older. The applicant should be advised to complete the 8-hour remedial course.
The course cannot be completed for the purpose of obtaining a 2-point credit.
Court Ordered Remedial
In the event the court ordered the applicant to complete the Remedial Driver course, forward the certificates to that court.
The person who completes the Remedial Driving Instruction Course to comply with a judge's order will not be approved for the 2-point credit.
Processing The Remedial Certificate
Please ensure the form has been filled out in it's entirety. If all fields are not completed, processing the certificate is delayed. The certificate must be returned to the Remedial School, or the school contacted to obtain the information. Missing information often includes course operator number, completion date and reason the course was completed.
Each class member is responsible for seeing that their certificate is forwarded to the correct court or the BMV
If mailing the certificate to the BMV, send toOhio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, ATTN: Points and Juvenile Offender Unit, P.O. Box 16784, Columbus, Ohio 43216-6784 This address is provided at the bottom of your form.
For any other questions, contact the BMV Supervisor at (614) 752-2043.