Indiana Driver License Requirements at-a-glance:

*You can apply for a learner’s permit at 16 years without driver’s education and 15 years with driver education.
*You can apply for driver’s education at the age of 15 years.
*You must hold your learner’s permit for at least 180 days minimum with supervised driving before applying for your license.
*You can apply for your probationary license at 16 years and 90 days with driver’s education; or at 16 years for 270 days without driver’s education.
*You must adhere to passenger restrictions where no passengers can ride with you for the first 180 days except for 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..
*You must adhere to nighttime driving restrictions 10 p.m. –5:00 a.m. every day for the first 180 days of holding a license; Sunday-Thursday 11:00 pm-5:00 am; Friday-Saturday 1:00 am-5:00 am until age 18, with exceptions for school, work and church-related functions.
*You must adhere to certified driving hours with 50 hours of supervised driving practice, 10 of which must be at night, with a certified driving instructor or licensed driver that is at least 25 years old or the individual’s spouse that is at least 21 years of age. The Log of Supervised Driving Practice (documenting the 50 hours of practice driving completed) must be submitted at the time of application for driver’s license.
*The minimum age with no restrictions in 18 years.

Step 1: Take an Indiana online drivers ed course with Driver Ed To Go.
Step 2: Complete the 100% online course including all the quizzes and final exam on your own schedule.
Step 3: Now you’re prepared for the actual BMV written exam. Find a driver’s license office near you and schedule to take the test.
Step 4: Passing the BMV written test means you’ll get your learner’s permit. Now you need 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a driving instructor.
Step 5: Practice driving 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..
Step 6: In 180 days, it’s time for the BMV driving test. We know you’ll do great and get your license!
Step 7: Now you have your license and you’re on the road. Be sure to keep learning and be the best driver you can be!

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