24 Hour teen driver's ed

Engaging & Fun

We know that getting your driver's license is an exciting experience. Sprinkled through the course are entertaining videos, graphics and activities to keep you engaged and prepare you for a lifetime of safe driving!

state approved program

Our teen driver's ed program is approved by the Ohio DPS to meet your new driver requirements.

free certificate of enrollment

After you spend 2 hours in the course, we'll mail your Certificate of Enrollment. This will allow you to enroll in behind-the-wheel training at a local driving school in your area so you can meet the other state requirements to get licensed.

free certificate of completion

Mailed with FedEx 2-Business Day shipping (for FREE!)

teen driver's ed made simple.

Every teen driver is required to complete:
  • 24 Hour Teen Driver’s Ed Course
  • 8 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel Practice



Note: The state of Ohio requires that the 8 hours of behind the wheel practice be completed with a licensed driving school.

$74.99

online teen driver's ed

Find a driving school in your area to meet your behind-the-wheel requirements.

Frequently asked questions

Our class is primarily a self-paced reading course, with certain portions featuring narration, videos and activities that make it more interesting and enjoyable.

The course takes a minimum of 24-hours to complete. However, the state of Ohio will only allow you to spend a maximum of 4 hours in a 24-hour period of time. This means that the fastest that you’d be able to complete the course is 6 days. 

Yes. The State of Ohio requires that you complete the course within 6 months of when you start. If you don’t finish it in time, you’ll be locked out and have to start over from the beginning. If that happens, give us a call and we’ll make sure you don’t have to pay again!

You will have three attempts to pass the final test. If you don’t pass, you’ll need to wait 24 hours before you can try again. In the event that you fail three times, the state requires that you take the course over from the beginning. We guarantee that you’ll pass — if you don’t, we’ll give you the course again for free until you do! (Just give us a call.)

The state of Ohio requires all course providers of the course to verify your identity before you can start the course. Since you’re a minor, we do that by verifying the identity of your parent or guardian. We try to do this automatically so you can start the course immediately. In most cases, if they have a social security number and have lived in the United States for at least 3 years, you’ll be able to start immediately. If we can’t automatically verify their identity, then they must complete and notarize the 2Cool Parent Affidavit. Once we have that, you’ll be able to start.

Steps to get your driver's license in ohio

If you’re a teen driver, there are some specific things you’ll need to do in order to get your driver’s license. We’ve broken it down for you to make it simple and easy!

Step 1: Take the 24 Hour Driver's Ed Course.

You can start taking the 24 Hour Teen Driver's Ed Course when you are 15 years and 5 months.

Step 2: Get Your Temporary Instruction Permit ID Card (TIPIC).

As early as 15 years and 6 months, you can go to the BMV to take the permit test. Once you pass, you'll be given a temporary permit that you can use to start your driving practice!

Step 3: Complete 8 hours of Behind-the-Wheel Training with a Licensed Driving School.

Before you can start behind-the-wheel training with a licensed instructor, you will need to have your TIPIC and provide the driving school with a Certificate of Enrollment which proves that you've spent at least 2 hours in the Driver's Ed Course.

Step 4: Gain Driving Experience

You will need to complete 50 hours of driving practice with a licensed adult, 21 years of age or older. 10 of those hours must be at night.

Step 5: Have a TIPIC for 6 Months

You will need to have held your Temporary Instruction Permit ID Card (TIPIC) for at least 6 months and be at least 16 years old before you can take the driving test and apply for your official driver's license.

Step 6: Schedule Your Driving Test

Schedule the road and maneuverability test at your local BMV.

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