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Indiana Learner's Permit

New Drivers Under 18

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Students seeking driving privileges in Indiana must be enrolled in a driver training school licensed by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles and be at least 15 years of age to earn credit for completing online driver training.
  • 100% Online no classroom required
  • Fun microlearning videos and interactive games
  • Proven to reduce collisions
  • Free Practice tests
  • Guaranteed to pass
  • Proof of completion in 30 minutes

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Received a formal notice? Were you referred by the Indiana BMV or a court to complete a Defensive Driving Driver Safety course (DSP)?

How do I get my Indiana Driver's License?

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Enroll in Our Indiana BMV-Licensed Driver's Education Course
Once you have enrolled and started the course, you can print your Certificate of Driver Education Enrollment, which you will need to take with you to the BMV when applying for your Learner's Permit.

Our driver's ed course will take you through ten interactive chapters. After you're done with the course, all you need to do next is take and pass the final with at least an 80% score.
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Enroll in a Behind-the-Wheel Training Program
You'll need to enroll in a separate 6 hour behind-the-wheel driver education program before you can get your Indiana Learner's Permit. Make sure to get your Certificate of Driver Education Enrollment before going to the BMV to apply for your learner's permit.
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Get Your Learner's Permit Straight Away
Bring the following with you to your local BMV:

  • Proof that you have enrolled in a Driver Education Online Program and Behind-the-Wheel Training Program.
  • Proof of your identity. Bring a document that will prove your name, Social Security number, date of birth, and that you are a U.S. citizen.
  • Proof that you are a resident of Indiana. You must bring two documents to prove this.
  • A fully-completed Agreement of Financial Liability form.

Note: You must pass a vision test to earn your learner's permit as well.

After you've received your Indiana learner's permit, you can drive — as long as you're with your parent or legal guardian (and they have a valid Indiana driver license) or certified driving instructor.
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Steps to Getting Your Indiana Probationary Driver's License
When you're ready to get your driver's license, make sure you're prepared!

If you are under the age of 21 when you obtain your Indiana driver’s license, your license is considered to be a probationary driver’s license. Probationary Driver’s Licenses are subject to certain restrictions that remain in effect until the driver’s 21st birthday.

Make sure you bring the following along with you to your local BMV:

  • Agreement of Financial Liability (State Form 39531) Make sure this form is notarized by a certified notary. In order to get you're driver's license, your parent or legal guardian must also take a copy of their driver's license or ID card. This will serve as an agreement that they will accept financial responsibility in lieu of the minor.
  • Proof that you're enrolled in a state-licensed Indiana driver's ed program.
  • A document that proves your identity, date of birth and SSN (social security number).
  • Two documents proving U.S. citizenship and Indiana residency.
  • Check out this list of acceptable documents (this list is specific to the Indiana BMV). Once you have all of the proper documentation, you’re ready head over to the BMV.

At the BMV, you'll need to:

  • Meet the BMV's age requirement: you have to be 16 years and 90 days old to get your driver's license in Indiana.
  • Have had your learner's permit for a minimum of 180 days.
  • Show documents of identification.
  • Show a completed and signed log of hands-on supervised driving. A blank log can be picked up from any state-licensed behind-the-wheel school. You must complete at least 50 hours of supervised driving in Indiana, and 10 of those hours have to be completed at nighttime.
  • Show that you have finished both driver's education and the hands-on-behind-the-wheel training.

After you've completed all of these steps, you will need to take the following:

  • A written exam
  • A hands-on driving test

Frequently Asked Questions

IN Driver's Ed Course

Who should take Indiana driver's ed?

Teens who want to start driving and get their Indiana learner’s permit and driver’s license must first successfully complete an Indiana state-licensed BMV driver’s education course. This includes completing coursework as well as hands-on driving practice.

What are the age requirements for taking an Indiana driver's ed course?

You have to be at least 15 years of age to take a driver’s ed course in Indiana.

Does this driver's ed course comply with Indiana's BMV requirements?

Yes, it does. Our online-based Indiana driver’s ed school is fully licensed by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) and meets all of the necessary requirements.

How does the Driver License Direct by IMPROV'S online driver's ed work?

Our teen-centric driver’s ed program is 30 hours long (that’s the minimum amount of instruction you need to pass the course). It utilizes a mix of video, animation, audio clips, graphics, and other visual cues to help you retain your driving knowledge. You can complete the course at your own pace and log in when you have the time, and in the end, you will learn everything you need to know about being a safe driver. Each chapter features a quiz at the end, and there is a 30-question final exam you’ll need to take and pass at the before completing the course.

What methods of payment do you accept for the course?

You can pay online using PayPal or a credit or debit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover cards. If you would rather submit your payment some other way, you may contact our friendly customer support team to submit payment over the phone at 800.660.8908

What will happen if I don’t get a passing score on the final exam for online driver's ed?

You can take it again; we won’t charge you for taking it as many times as you need. You’ve got this!

How do I submit an application for an Indiana learner's permit?

After you receive a passing grade for the final driver’s ed exam, you’ll receive a certificate that proves that you successfully completed the course. Take that certification to a state-licensed driving school to start your hands-on behind-the-wheel training. A representative at the school will give you a certification of enrollment, and you can then apply for your permit at the BMV.

Information Regarding Indiana Learner's Permit and Driver's License

What's required to get an Indiana driver's license?

To get a driver’s license in the state of Indiana, you have to:

✔ Hold your learner’s permit for at least 180 days
✔ Be at least 16 years and 90 days old
✔ Successfully finish 50 hours of supervised driving, 10 of which must be completed at nighttime

Do I have to get a learner's permit and take a driver's ed course before I get my license?

You have to be at least 16 years and 90 days old and have taken driver’s ed to get a driver’s license in Indiana. If you haven’t taken a state-licensed driver’s education course, you are required to wait until you’re 16 and 270 days old to apply for your driver’s license.

I have another question; where can I find the answer?

Ask away! Our friendly and dedicated customer support is available around the clock. That’s right — we’re available 24/7. Email us or call us anytime at 800.660.8908.

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