Are you aware of the Communication Disability Self-Identification database for drivers/vehicle passengers in Ohio?
The database was established by House Bill 115 and its purpose is as follows:
Allows for individuals with a medically diagnosed communication disability who drive or regularly have someone with a communication disability in their vehicle to voluntarily identify themselves to law enforcement. Officers approaching a vehicle will be notified that there may be someone with a communication disability in the vehicle prior to approach in order to reduce any potential misunderstandings or communication problems.
If you’d like to register for the database, you can access the Communication Disability Verification Form here.