How old do I have to be before I can take my learners permit test in Indiana?
You must be at least 15 years, 6 months old to apply for an Indiana learners permit provided you are enrolled in an approved driver education course. If not, you will have to wait until you turn 16 to apply for an Indiana learners permit.
Can I take Indiana drivers education classes on the internet? Would they satisfy Indiana BMV drivers ed requirements?
Anyone can take online drivers education courses like Drivers Ed To Go. Drivers Ed To Go online drivers education course will teach you everything you need to know to pass your learners permit and drivers license tests and help you become a safe, smart driver.
However, if you are looking to take Drivers Ed To Go to satisfy the Indiana DMV's drivers education requirements, you will need to contact the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) to make certain that Driver Ed To Go meets the state's requirements.
Does the Indiana BMV need any paperwork from me before I start driving?
Yes. The Indiana BMV will ask you for proof of identity and date of birth from a list of state-approved identification documents, a valid social security number, and a signed financial responsibility form from your parents.
What if I don't pass my Indiana learners permit test? Can I take it again?
To obtain your Indiana learners permit, you will need to pass the written Indiana learners permit exam by scoring at least an 80% out of 24 questions. You will also have to pass a 16-question road sign identification test, and you can only miss two questions and still pass.
If you do not pass these exams, don't worry. You can retake the tests until you pass, though the Indiana BMV may ask you to leave and return the next day to retake the exam.
Do I need to pass an exam to complete Driver Ed To Go? How many questions are there?
To pass Driver Ed To Go's Indiana online driver education course, you will need to pass a final exam with score of at least 85%. If you don't succeed the first time, you can retry as much as you need until you pass.
How long will it take to get my certificate of completion from Driver Ed To Go?
Driver Ed To Go will send your certificate of completion for the Indiana online driver education course as soon as you pass your final exam. When you register, you can choose to pay for FedEx overnight, 2nd or 3rd day delivery (for an extra fee), or opt to have it sent by regular mail, which usually takes three to five business days.
Can I start driving as soon as I get my Indiana learners permit?
You can begin driving once you’ve received your Indiana learners permit. However, you must be accompanied by a either a certified driving instructor or a licensed driver of at least 25 years of age (or 21 years of age if the licensed driver is your spouse).
How long do I need to have my learners permit before I can get my Indiana drivers license?
The Indiana BMV requires you to hold your learners permit for at least 180 days before applying for your graduated Indiana driver's license. In addition, you must be at least 16 years and 270 days old to apply for a graduated Indiana driver's license (or 16 years and 180 days if you have completed an Indiana BMV-approved driver education program).
Do I need behind-the-wheel training to get my Indiana drivers license?
After receiving your provisional learners permit, you will need to enroll in an Indiana BMV-approved drivers ed course. As part of your completion of this course, you will need to practice driving with a Indiana licensed driving instructor in a dual-brake car (i.e.--a car with breaks on both the driver and passenger sides of the car. Alternatively, you may practice outside of class with a parent or guardian, but you will still need a dual-break car, so it is likely your Indiana learners permit practice will come in class.
Do I need to log any supervised driving outside the classroom?
As of July 1, 2010, the Indiana DMV will require all learners permit drivers to log 50 hours of supervised driving, after completing a driver education course, with a licensed Indiana driver 25 years or older (or 21 years or older if the licensed driver is your spouse). 10 of these hours must be driven at night.
Can I drive my friends around when I get my Indiana learners permit?
With only your standard learner's permit in Indiana, you will not be able to drive with other passengers in the car other than a licensed Indiana driver aged 25 or above, or a licensed driving instructor, who is actively supervising your driving from the front passenger seat.
Can my friends ride with me once I get my Indiana drivers license?
For the first 180 days after you get your Indiana probationary license, the Indiana DMV will not allow you to drive with passengers except your siblings, parents, or your spouse unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver who's at least 25 years old (or 21 if the licensed driver is your legal guardian) and is seated in the front passenger seat.
However, you may drive at any time if you are commuting to or from work, school, or a religious event.
Can I drive alone with my Indiana learners permit?
Absolutely Not! You may never drive alone with an Indiana learner's permit of any kind under any circumstances. You must always be accompanied by a certified Indiana driving instructor or other licensed adult driver who is 25 years or older.
How much does the Driver Ed To Go Indiana online driver education course cost?
Costs vary each season for Indiana online drivers education courses. You should check our "course options" page for updated prices.
Does Driver Ed To Go allow refunds?
Certainly. If you don't feel satisfied with your experience with Driver Ed To Go, simply ask for a refund before we ship your completion certificate. It's our 100% money-back guarantee.