Do I have to take a license test or driving test to obtain an IN drivers license? Indiana

About the only way to avoid having to take an Indiana driving test is to have a valid drivers license from another state.

Even in that case, you still must pass an Indiana vision and written license test. And, if your out-of-state license expired longer than three years ago - or you've had your driver license for less than a year - you must also pass the Indiana road test.

Otherwise, if you've never been a licensed driver, you will have to take - and pass - all the mentioned tests.

Appointments Necessary?

Yes and no. You'll need an appointment for the road test, but not the vision and written tests.

Practice Tests

It's a good idea to take a practice test or two (available online) before attempting the written test. Doing so can help show you how ready you are for the official exam and which areas need improvement.

Additional Info


To learn more about testing requirements, call the IN BMV at 888-myBMV411.

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