Driver Education

Teen Drivers and Parents

The BMV provides the following resources for teen drivers and their parents to help prepare for how to obtain an Indiana driver’s license.

A driver training program consists of 30 hours of classroom training and six hours of behind-the-wheel training with a BMV-licensed driver training school.

Online training is available as an alternative to classroom training, but students will still be responsible for the six behind-the-wheel hours. You may complete online training before enrolling at a licensed driver training school for behind-the-wheel training, but you should first confirm that your preferred driver training school will accept the online training program you have selected. See the following list of licensed driver training schools for information on course offerings.

Licensed Driver Training Schools and Instructors

The following driver training schools and instructors are licensed by the BMV to provide driver education:

Driver Training Schools and Instructor Resources

All aspects of driver education instruction are outlined in the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 140 IAC 4. IAC sets the standards and requirements for all driver education training schools and instructors.

Indiana Administrative Code 140 IAC 4

LICENSING and FORMS

DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR CLASSES

One of the requirements to be licensed as a driver training school instructor in Indiana is to complete nine college credit hours of approved driver education courses. Contact the following university to complete the instructor training requirement.

Indiana State University
Dr. Matt Hutchins
Associate Professor
Department of Applied Health Sciences
812-237-3108 or 812-237-3079
matt.hutchins@indstate.edu
 

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