- Commercial Drivers’ License Handbook
Learn about what commercial truck drivers in Ohio need to do to keep motorists and truck drivers safe and legal.
- Department of Transportation (DOT)
Find out how the DOT is doing its part to keep America’s transportation systems fast, efficient, accessible, and convenient.
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
Visit the FMCSA, a division of the DOT, to learn about what it takes to obtain a commercial drivers’ license, read data and analysis, seek safety assistance, and more.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Visit the NHTSA to learn more about how this agency directs highway safety and consumer programs in an effort to prevent crashes.
- National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
Find out why this independent government agency is tasked with promoting transportation safety by determining the probable cause of transportation accidents and assisting victims of transportation accidents and their families.
- Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA)
Learn about how this division of the DOT is responsible for coordinating research and education programs, and how it is working to bring advanced technologies into the transportation system.
- Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles
Find out what you need to legally operate a vehicle in the state of Ohio. Here, you can find information about vehicle licensing, titling, and registration, as well as all the forms and contact information you need to get on the road.
- Ohio Department of Public Safety
Keeping Ohio’s roadways safe isn’t just up to the federal government. Learn about how this department is providing protection to the public through education, prevention, technology, and enforcement activities.
- Ohio State Highway Patrol
If you’re in an accident, the Ohio State Highway Patrol will likely be there to help. Visit this website to find out who is enforcing the traffic laws that promote safety on Ohio’s highways.
- Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO)
The PUCO is the enforcement arm for all motor carriers and trucks in the state of Ohio.