Teen Driving

Car crashes remain the leading cause of death for teen drivers. As a leading advocate for teen driving safety, AAA continues to work with teens and their families to change this statistic. Groundbreaking AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety research continues to identify areas of focus for improving teen driver safety, such as distracted driving and parent involvement in the learning to drive process.

AAA’s Keys2Drive website offers a variety of interactive tools and resources for both parents and teens that will help guide you through the learning-to-drive process. On this site you will see detailed information about Ohio’s licensing process, a parent-teen driving agreement, tips for selecting a school and more.

As part of AAA’s commitment to safety and service to members, the organization approves driving schools that meet strict quality standards. To earn AAA Approved status, a school must comply with all state and local ordinances related to driver training and demonstrate sound business practices.

AAA Approved Driving Schools offer top-notch driver education, as well as a discount to AAA members!


Carroll Lyn Driving School

2215 W Fair Avenue, Lancaster

Carroll Lyn provides the state required driver’s license training with both classroom and behind-the-wheel experiences.

McGuire Driving Academy

4093 Hoover Road, Grove City

McGuire Driving Academy

4616 W Broad Street, Columbus

The McGuire Driving Academy strives to teach driver’s education with a commitment to excellence and safe driving practices.

Classic Driving Academy
217 ½ West Center Street, Marion 

Drive-Rite Driving School
530 Wessel Drive #2B, Fairfield

Driving schools looking for additional information on the Approved Driving School Network program, including specific requirements and school benefits, can download a PDF guide here