Who is required to take the Ohio Adult Remedial Course?

Who is required to take the Ohio Adult Remedial Course?

This course is required to be taken if any of the following apply:
  1. You were court ordered to take remedial course and will not receive the 2 point credit.
  2. You are 19 years old or older but are taking the class because of a juvenile suspension that occurred before the age of 18.
  3. This course is required to be completed so that you are eligible to retain or have a driver license returned due to being under the age of 21 and operating a vehicle with a prohibited level of alcohol in the blood, breath and urine as provided in R.C. 4511.19 (b) or a substantially similar municipal ordinance.
  4. You are applying to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to credit two points on your driving record in accordance with Section 4510.037 (c).
    NOTE: You are not entitled to a two point credit if on this date the total points assessed against your record is less than 2 points or more than 11 points.
  5. This course has been completed as a requirement for being eligible to retain or have your driver license returned due to a twelve point suspension. Section 4510.038 (A)

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