Juvenile Driver Improvement Program
For people who had their license suspended while under the age of 18 year.
Our Juvenile Driver Improvement Program (JDIP) fulfills the requirement from a Court ordered six hour remedial class
and serves students from across the state of Ohio. We cover all the course work needed to meet the court and state requirements
and provide your certificate necessary to get your driver's license back upon completion of this course.
JDIP classes are typically held 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. Students
must call our office at 937-593-7483 or email us to reserve a spot for this class.
to bring to the JDIP class: Students must bring identification (passport, work ID, school ID, state ID or driver
license, etc) and their driver's license number.
must bring their driver's license number with them to class in order for us to issue their certificate of completion that
day. If the student does not know their driver's license number, it can also be found on any speeding tickets, accident
reports, or traffic citations and may be on documents received from the BMV or court. It is formatted as two letters
followed by 6 numbers (like TX123456) . Your driver's license number can be obtained from the BMV website, if you have a key number which is found on certain BMV notices.
To obtain a letter by mail that contains the key number, you can contact Wendy Forbes, Driver Training Manager, Ohio Traffic
Safety Office at 614-466-3250, or by requesting a letter containing the key number from the BMV phone staff at (614) 752-7500
or from your regional reinstatement office.
Your driver's license number can also be obtained by purchasing a new ID
or a drivers abstract from a local BMV office.
do not have access to driver's license information and cannot provide your license number to you. You must obtain your
license number from the State of Ohio.
plan on arriving at 8:45 am on the day of class to complete the registration process. We are located at 112 E. Court Ave.,
Bellefontaine, OH (next to the courthouse)