The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is reminding new Hoosiers about a law that that took effect on July 1, 2019, in which drivers in that have a valid driver’s license from another state do not have to take a written driving exam when moving to Indiana.
The only test required of drivers coming from out of state is the vision screen test. New residents are required to provide documents proving their identity such as a Social Security number, lawful status in the U.S. and Indiana residency.
New businesses have indicated one major issue for several years from new Hoosiers is the requirement to take the written exam.
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