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Indiana Driver License

Are you ready to hit the road? We can help!

If you are interested in obtaining your Indiana driver's license, we can help. Here's how it works:

First Step: Learner's Permit

Before you can get your Indiana driver's license, you have to obtain your learner's permit, which will allow you to practice for a driver’s license, but not to drive alone. To be eligible, you must:

  • Be at least 15 years of age

  • Present a Certificate of Driver Education Enrollment from your approved driver education program

  • Provide proof of identity, Social Security number, lawful status, and Indiana residency

  • Pass a written rules of the roadway knowledge test

  • Pass the standard vision screening test

  • Have a parent, guardian or other adult sign the financial responsibility agreement at a license branch

If you are under the age of 18, you must complete your 50-hour driving log with a licensed driver education instructor who is working under the direction of a licensed driver training school, a certified driver rehabilitation specialist recognized by the BMV who is employed through a driver rehabilitation program, a licensed driver at least 25 years of age and related to the teen driver by blood, marriage or legal status, or a spouse of the teen driver who is a licensed driver and at least 21 years of age.

Next Step: Probationary License

Even with a license, you will not be granted full driving privileges until you turn 21 years old. Until you turn 21, your license will be probationary. To receive your probationary license, you must:

  • Be at least 15 years of age

  • Be at least 16 years and 90 days (about 16 years 3 months), if you have held a valid driver education learner’s permit for at least 180 days and has successfully passed a BMV-approved driver education program.

  • Be at least 16 years and 270 days (about 16 years 9 months), if you have held a valid Indiana learner’s permit for 180 days.

  • Complete your 50-hour driving log with a licensed driver education instructor who is working under the direction of a licensed driver training school, a certified driver rehabilitation specialist recognized by the BMV who is employed through a driver rehabilitation program, a licensed driver at least 25 years of age and related to you by blood, marriage or legal status, or a spouse who is a licensed driver and at least 21 years of age. At least 10 hours of supervised driving must be done at night.

  • Provide proof of identity, Social Security number, lawful status, and Indiana residency.

  • Pass a written rules of the roadway knowledge test.

  • If under the age of 18, you must have a parent, guardian or other adult sign the financial responsibility agreement.

  • Pass a roadway skills test with a BMV driving skills test examiner.

Probationary license holders face additional restrictions regarding when and to where they can drive and who they may drive with. You will learn more about these restrictions during your driver education, or you may view them at the BMV's Probationary License webpage.

Last Step: Driver's License

To obtain an operator license, you must meet all of the requirements for a probationary driver license. Upon your 21st birthday, the restrictions on your license will be lifted, even if your license still shows the probationary designation, and you’ll have full privileges on the road.

To get started on the journey to your first Indiana driver's license, Sign-Up for our online driver education course today!

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