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Application for a driver’s license in OhioOhio Driving School

 

 

 

 

First Time Applicants must do the following:

 

1.      Go to a Driver Examination Station (DX):

 

A.      Take a vision examination and a written examination.

 

B.     Answer questions concerning your physical health and any medical conditions you might have. If you have a condition that might affect your driving, the examiner will explain the steps you have to take and provide you with a medical packet (form BMV 2058) which must be filled out by your doctor. See medical procedures for a Temporary Permit.

 

2.      After you pass the written and vision tests, do the following:

 

A.      Apply for a Temporary Instruction Permit Identification Card (TIPIC) at your local Deputy Registrar.

See Driver License Fees. Take with you documentary proof of your full legal name, date of birth, social security number, (if one has ever been assigned) and Ohio residence street address. 

 

Acceptable Documents:

 

In order to obtain any Temporary Permit, Driver License, Commercial Driver License, State of Ohio Identification (ID) card or duplicate of any of these items, the customer must present a primary and a secondary document satisfactory to prove both:

 

·         Name and date of birth and  

 

·         Social Security Number (SSN), if ever assigned; or two primary documents. The primary document shall contain the full legal name. In addition each applicant shall present along with the application identification, documents sufficient to establish the person's true identity including the person's full legal name, date of birth, legal presence in the United States, residence street address in the state of Ohio

 

(Ohio Administrative Code Sections 4501:1-1-19, 21, 22). Any co-signer for a minor applicant must present a primary and a secondary document satisfactory to prove both: (1) Name and date of birth and (2) Social Security Number (SSN), if ever assigned

 

 

B.     If you are under 18 years of age you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, or person having legal custody, or, if there is no parent or guardian a responsible person who is willing to assume the obligations imposed under Rule 4501:1-1-19 of the Ohio Administrative Code. The co-signer must also take documentary proof of his identification.   See Acceptable Documents.

 

C.     Once the TIPIC is issued, you will be able to practice driving but only if you are accompanied by a licensed driver in the seat next to you.

 

 

Individuals who are renewing a current Ohio driver license, Ohio commercial driver license (CDL), or Ohio identification (ID) card are not required to present a Social Security card at an Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) license agency. An Ohio driver license, Ohio CDL, or Ohio ID card, which is current, or has been expired for less than six months, is acceptable without further proof of the applicant’s Social Security Number if it has been previously verified in the BMV’s records.

Only original documents or a copy bearing an original certification by the issuing authority are acceptable. Uncertified copies or copies of certified documents are not acceptable. Failure to provide two acceptable identification documents and proof of residency in Ohio shall result in the denial of the application.

 

Certificate of birth

Either an original or certified copy, with a seal, and issued by an appropriate government agency.

 

·         Certified copy of court order

·         Must contain the full name and date of birth of the applicant.

 

Driver License

·         Any state, territory, or possession of the United States, with photograph, current or expired not more than six months.

 

Military identification

 

·         A valid United States military service or dependent identification document with photograph.

 

 

Release Card Offender

 

·         Valid issued by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction or DYS Department of Youth Services; containing the person’s photograph, name, date of birth and social security number.

 

State issued identification Card

·         Any state, territory, or possession of the United States, with photograph, current or expired not more than six months.

 

State issued learner permit

·         Any state, territory, or possession of the United States, with photograph, current or expired not more than six months.

 

United states citizenship and immigration services (USCIS) Documents

·         Must be an original and valid, or like documents issued by the successor agency to the USCIS.

 

Valid Passport

·         A valid passport or United States Passport Card, with photograph or a passport with photograph from another country accompanied by appropriate USCIS documents.

 

Any other genuine and reliable document approved by the registrar of motor vehicles.

 

Source: DMV 

 


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