Ohio license
Laura writes regarding a question in the Ohio test:

You do NOT need to be an American citizen to obtain an Ohio driving license. You do not even need a social security number. You only need your passport and your visa that allows you to be in the U.S.

I’m very disappointed to find such a blatant error. Now I am unsure if the other questions are accurate so can no longer use what I believed to be a very useful site.

As grateful as I’m sure everyone using this site is for the free help, it becomes a hindrance when the answers are wrong. If you cannot provide 100% accuracy in the legalities of driving you should not be promoting the site as a method to learn the rules of driving.

Mark answers:

The question actually asks in which situations you can be denied a driver’ license in Ohio.

The wording in our question is about the same as in the Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws page 9, where a license is not issued to a person who is not a citizen of the United States – due to Legal Presence Law without legal documentation.

But I certainly agree, this question is open to confusion, since a legal presence in U.S. may qualify you for a driver’s license.

I will update this question the Ohio test as soon as possible.

But please note, we do not promote this as a place for learning the rules of driving. Your primary source must always be the state’s driver’s manual or handbook (or Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws in this case). Driversprep.com is only a place to test your knowledge. If you have studied your handbook you will also know if the answers we give are correct or not.

Just like Laura just did.