Video with Indiana Permit Test Questions
This video is the first in our series of study videos for the Indiana BMV Written Knowledge Test. It shows 25 simple questions and answers that may show up on your permit exam. It combines questions from the road sign test and the road rules part.
Familiarized Yourself with the Driver’s Manual
At this point, you have probably already familiarized yourself with the Indiana Driver’s Manual. The manual contains everything you need to learn for your test, including road signs, traffic signals, safe driving techniques, and Indiana traffic rules.
Read the manual at least once! It is your best resource for learning the rules of the road.
When you have a good grip of the contents of the manual, continue with our interactive practice tests. Make sure you reach a high score; you need some marginals when you take the real thing.
What is the Indiana Learner’s Permit?
A learner’s permit allows Indiana residents to practice driving before obtaining an unrestricted driver’s license.
BMV can issue a learner’s permit if you are at least 15 years old and enrolled in an approved behind-the-wheel training course.
You must show proof by presenting a valid Certificate of Driver Education enrollment form from the behind-the-wheel training course provider. You must also present documents of identification, pass a vision screening, and, of course, pass the knowledge test.
Prepare for the Real Test
The Indiana BMV test is a lengthy test with 50 questions, but don’t let that discourage you. Most test takers who prepare well with driversprep.com pass the exam without any problems.
The allotted 45 minutes to complete the test is also more than enough for most test takers.
All BMV branches are open again for walk-in service and continue to support scheduled appointments. You should, however, be aware that services may be limited at your local branch, if the pandemic situation gets worse.
Call ahead or check online to be sure you can take your knowledge test as planned.
You should also know that the there is statewide mask mandate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit http://coronavirus.in.gov/maskuphoosiers for more info.