(800) 952-DRIV (3748) * (419) 599-DRIV (3748) * FAX (419) 592-DRIV (3748)
www.bright.net/~key * Key@bright.net
Length: Six hours divided into 3 two hour sessions
Schedule: Wednesdays, during office hours
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS PROGRAM
Permit holders or probationary license holders accumulating two moving violations before age 18 will have their licenses suspended for 90 days. Three violations will result in a one year suspension. DUI or DWI individuals will have their permit or license suspended for 6 months. Permit holders and probationary license holders who are convicted of certain traffic related violations before the age of 18 will have their driving privileges suspended for one year.
A young driver who is found to be unruly by the court, among other sanctions, may have their permit or license suspended or revoked.
How to Reinstate A License
These young people must do the following before being able to reinstate their permit or license
* Written confirmation from the state or verification by phone from the Ohio Department of Public Safety allowing the person to take the course must be obtained.
Juvenile Driver Improvement Curriculum Course Content
I. Risk and Perceptual Awareness
II. Driver Behavior
III. Collision Factors and Driver Assessment
Key Driving School Classes:
and Program Registration
*Key Driving School, Inc. * Napoleon, Delta and Whitehouse, Ohio, USA*
Last updated: 01/10/2002
Key Driving School, Inc., is licensed to provide the Juvenile Driver Intervention Course in Ohio, USA