OII’s The Key to Responsibility edu-game was produced by the Ohio Insurance Institute. This is intended to help teens and Ohioans better understand Ohio’s Graduated Licensing Law, the concept of auto insurance and its cost, Ohio’s Financial Responsibility Law and how to obtain important information at a crash scene. It also includes a quiz section after each module to test the user’s understanding of the content material presented in the program.
The Key to Responsibility is an interactive application aimed at teachers and students interested in learning about auto insurance and responsible driving. It consists of five units (modules) including how to get and lose your license, why you need auto insurance, what it might cost and what to do if involved in a crash. Also covered are Ohio’s graduated licensing and other driving laws.
The Key to Responsibility was designed to be used in a school setting, but it can also be used as a stand-alone practice tool in libraries and at home. You can navigate by clicking on buttons within the program or using the ‘Navigation’ panel on the right side of the screen. There is also an online quiz after each module, as well as resources that include teaching materials.
Key to Responsibility – Learning Modules
Module 1: How can I get my drivers license?
Module 2: How can I lose my license?
Module 3: Why do I need insurance?
Module 4: What will insurance cost?
Module 5: What should I do if I have an accident?