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BMV is making the move to Indiana easier for new Hoosiers

No written test

The BMV is making the move to Indiana easier for new Hoosiers.

As of July 1, there is no longer a requirement for individuals with valid driver's licenses to take and pass a written driving test. The only test you need to worry about now is a vision screen.

“Working with the legislature to make things easier for all Hoosiers and Indiana businesses is inherent in our mission. We want new residents to feel welcome and this is one small change we hope will make the transition easier,” stated BMV Commissioner Peter L. Lacy in a press release. “This is one of the positive changes that came out of the 2019 legislative session and we are excited it is already making an impact.”

You will need to bring documents proving your identity, Social Security number and lawful status in the U.S.

More details about which documents to bring can be located here.

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