Which Indiana course should I choose?
See why over 3 million students picked us as the number one choice...
Written by professional Hollywood writers and fueled by laughs from the Improv Comedy Club
Cut The Cord
Access your driver's ed course anywhere, anytime, and from any device.
We just ask that you don't do it while driving.
The Road to your Indiana Driver's License Begins Now
The open road is calling your name — it's time to start learning the ins and outs of driving so you can answer that call! If you're ready to start learning about driving safely and need to prepare for your Indiana driver's permit and license, we can help. Driver License Direct by IMPROV gives you an easy, fast, and fun way to learn about driving. It's also completely online and designed just for you. And, best of all, you call the shots when you take an online course!
Improv's Indiana Driver's Ed Course is Fast, Fun, and Done!
This fun and simple course allows you to:
- ✔ Log in and access the course materials anytime
- ✔ Study at your own pace
- ✔ Drop the boring classrooms, textbooks, and teachers
- ✔ Take a break to watch some funny videos related to driving!
- ✔ Prepares you to easily pass your Indiana permit test
You spend enough time sitting in a classroom — why spend any more of your free time in one on the weekends? The weekend is sacred. It should be kept that way.
Driver License Direct by IMPROV'S driver ed course allows you to keep your schedule and time. Being able to access the course at your own pace is the stress–free way to finishing your driver's education, right from the ease of your own home.
We Transform Indiana Driver's Ed Into Something Easy & Fun!
Improv's Indiana Driver's Ed Course isn't your everyday textbook driver's ed course. We've jam-packed and transformed this course with a ton of fun information and facts that will make getting your driver's license or permit fast and easy. Who said driver's ed had to be boring? You'll have a great time while working towards your driver's permit! In fact, we think you'll be so amused that you'll forget you're taking a state-licensed driver's ed course!
How Driver's Ed Courses Work Online
This online Indiana driver's ed course is fully licensed by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Teens who are at least 15 years old can start working towards getting their Indiana driver's permit directly from home — there is no classroom time necessary. The course includes a total of 30 hours to complete, but as it's 100% online, you can work at your own pace until you finish.
The course is divided into ten separate units, and the chapters of each unit focus on one topic at a time. There will be multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each chapter so you can review the material and test yourself. The final test will have 30 multiple-choice questions — which you can take when you're ready — and you only need an 80% to get a passing score. You can retake the end-of-chapter quizzes as many times as you need to get a passing score, so you can ensure that you'll pass your driver's ed course.
What Will I Learn?
This course includes a combination of text, videos, graphics and other visual aids. You'll learn everything there is to know about being a safe driver from your own home office.
The chapters in the course has subjects like:
- ✔ Driving in different types of weather
- ✔ Reading road signs
- ✔ Driving at night
- ✔ Defensive driving skills
- ✔ Driving on the highway
- ✔ Merging into lanes and changing lanes
- ✔ Risk prevention
How Long Will it Take to Earn My Learner's Permit?
The length of the course will depend on how quickly or slowly you want to move through it. Also, because you can sign in and out of the course at any time, individual finishing time can vary quite a bit.
However, the state of Indiana does require at least 30 hours of state-licensed schooling to complete a driver's ed course — and the State also requires that you spend no more than 3 hours per day taking the course, so your Indiana Driver Education course will take you a minimum of 10 days to complete.
Once you've enrolled in the course, you will be able to print your Certificate of Driver Education (CDE), which you can take with you to the BMV to apply for your Learner's Permit. In addition to presenting your proof of enrollment in an approved driver education program (CDE), you will also be required to present documents of identification, pass a vision screening test and pass a knowledge examination in order to get your Learner's Permit.
If you work diligently, you can finish the entire process in just a few days. But don't worry — you can also take your time, too.
Pass Your BMV Exam in a No-Sweat Fashion
If you want to ace your learner's exam in the first go, there's no better way than being extra-prepared. Accordingly, this course comes with a 30-question practice exam, and you can take it as many times as you need. Refreshing the exam will sort the questions in a different order, allowing you to mix it up while you're learning. You'll be able to know your exact score and standing as well as track your progress along the way. By the end of the practice portion, you'll be ready to breeze right through your Indiana permit test at the BMV.
Indiana Student Driver Rights
The BMV takes driver's ed very seriously, and so do we. They want all driver's ed students to know their driver's education rights and responsibilities. You can take a look at the full Bill of Rights for driver's ed students here (PDF).
Need Support? We've Got You Covered
After you sign up for our course, we won't just leave you stranded and by yourself. If you need assistance — whether it's with fulfilling your Indiana online driver's ed, our course website, the licensing process, or something else — we're here. Our customer support is available 24/7, and can be reached by phone at 1.800.660.8908 or email.
Teens who want to start driving and get their Indiana learner's permit and driver's license must first successfully complete an Indiana state-licensed BMV driver's education course. This includes completing coursework as well as hands-on driving practice.
You have to be at least 15 years of age to take a driver's ed course in Indiana.
Yes, it does. Our online-based Indiana driver's ed school is fully licensed by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) and meets all of the necessary requirements.
Our teen-centric driver's ed program is 30 hours long (that's the minimum amount of instruction you need to pass the course). It utilizes a mix of video, animation, audio clips, graphics, and other visual cues to help you retain your driving knowledge. You can complete the course at your own pace and log in when you have the time, and in the end, you will learn everything you need to know about being a safe driver. Each chapter features a quiz at the end, and there is a 30-question final exam you'll need to take and pass at the before completing the course.
You can pay online by using PayPal or use a credit or debit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover cards. If you would rather submit your payment some other way, you may contact our friendly customer support team to submit your payment over the phone instead at 800.660.8908.
You can take it again; we won't charge you for taking it as many times as you need. You've got this!
After you receive a passing grade for the final driver's ed exam, you’ll receive a certificate that proves that you successfully completed the course. Take that certification to a state-licensed driving school to start your hands-on behind-the-wheel training. A representative at the school will give you a certification of enrollment, and you can then apply for your permit at the BMV.
Information Regarding Indiana Learner's Permit and Driver's License
To get a driver's license in the state of Indiana, you have to:
- ✔ Hold your learner's permit for at least 180 days
- ✔ Be at least 16 years and 90 days old
- ✔ Successfully finish 50 hours of supervised driving, 10 of which must be completed at nighttime
You have to be at least 16 years and 90 days old and have taken driver's ed to get a driver's license in Indiana. If you haven’t taken a state-licensed driver's education course, you are required to wait until you're 16 and 270 days old to apply for your driver's license.
IN Approved Driver's Ed
Get Your Learner's Permit