AAA Driver Education

AAA Driver Education

You've counted on AAA for over 100 years to protect you on the road, and now you can count on us to teach your teen how to drive. With AAA Driver Education they'll receive:

  • 24 hours of state-required classroom education
  • Eight hours of behind-the-wheel training
  • Expert content that is backed by science
  • A FREE membership upon completion of any program*
  • Parent/student progress updates from the driving instructor

AAA is there for every step of your driving career.

Select the driving package that's right for you.

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*Student must reside in AAA Ohio Auto Club’s territory. Valid for one AAA membership per student.

Online Driving Course

AAA now offers How to Drive Online, a state-approved, 24-hour online driving course**. Your novice driver will receive the most up-to-date information, with added convenience. The course is self-paced and can be completed on their own schedule. Upon completion, they will also be given a FREE one-year AAA membership!

When it comes to driver education, you want the information to come from a trusted source. And with more than 100 years of experience in automotive care and driving safety, you can trust AAA.

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Get Answers to Your Insurance Questions

As a parent of a new driver, we know you might have questions about your insurance. When does your teen need coverage? Will your premium increase when you add a teen driver? The insurance team at AAA put together this video to answer these questions and more. Still have questions? Give our insurance agents a call today and take advantage of our $25 gas gift card offer!

StartSmart… Online Parent Session

It’s no secret that parents play a critical role in the learning-to-drive process, from checking into state licensing processes to supervising practicing driving. With all the details involved in getting your teen safely behind the wheel, it’s a good idea to have a game plan.

AAA has developed an online course for parents of teens who are – or soon will be – learning to drive. The StartSmart Online Parent Session draws on AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety research to prepare you to navigate your teen’s learning-to-drive experience. This two-hour webinar explains the licensing process and parents’ role. It demonstrates how to reinforce what your teen is learning in driver education and how to maximize the practice driving that you’ll do with your teen. Teaching essential elements of safe driving in an interactive and innovative way, this online program aims to ensure that safe driving habits are developed and maintained for life.

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Parent-Teen Agreement

The period after a novice driver obtains his or her license is one of the most crucial in terms of safety. Novice teen drivers have highly elevated crash rates during the first few months of independent driving. Recognizing and avoiding the risk factors that contribute to crashes is an important step to mitigate your teen’s risk behind the wheel.

This agreement outlines the concept of driving as a privilege and a learned skill that should be taken seriously by parents and teens alike.

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**This only covers the state-required 24-hours of classroom education. You will still be responsible for enrolling in 8 hours of in-car training with a certified driving instructor. Students can start in-car training after completing 24 hours of online or classroom education. When looking for a driving school for in-car training, make sure to let the school know you are enrolled in an online course.

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