Learning how to drive can be nervewracking, but taking your driver license test can be just as stressful. Indiana first time drivers need a way to study for their exam without worrying about failure.
The Indiana driver license exam includes questions on right of way, traffic signs and signals, intersection safety, passing techniques, lane markings, driving the proper speed for conditions, and many more topics. Since you'll be using this real world knowledge when you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, it's very important to have it "in your head" before you are tested on it.
Take a driver's ed course if one is available at your school. You'll learn about driving safety with a professional driver looking over your shoulder, and you'll receive hands on driving experience for which there is no substitute.
Practice driving in several different environments with an experienced, licensed driver. When you do receive your license, you should follow all rules of the road as closely as possible and avoid driving with other teens in your vehicle.
You can gain knowledge about driving, but experience is what will help most if you want to avoid crashes and traffic tickets early on. Since you won't have much experience at first, you should drive very carefully and avoid distractions (especially texting while driving).
This online Indiana driver license practice test has been developed by I Drive Safely® and is offered in partnership with Driver Training Associates, Inc.