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Driver ed needs updating

You could do it yourself with the kind of ID that offered it all. For a lot of teenagers, getting a drivers license when they turn 17 or even 18 has become much more common.

Our goal is to give you the most up-to-date, accurate information about your state DMV's processes.

The date you see here reflects the most recent time we've verified this information with your state DMV. If you're a teenager applying for your first driver's license, you'll need to complete driver's education as part of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles' (BMV) licensing requirements.

If your parent or guardian takes this class then your practice driving hours are reduced from 50 hours to 40 hours. After completing the classroom component of your MN driver's education course, you can apply for your instruction permit.

You must: For more information on how to apply for your Minnesota learner's permit, including required documents and fees, visit our Drivers Permits in Minnesota page.

Study with a Minnesota online practice test and pass your written exam on your first try.

Driver's education providers also offer a parent awareness class.

In addition to satisfying your driver's education requirements, before you can get your probationary driver's license, you'll need to: If you waited until you were 16 years old to obtain your learner's permit and did not take Driver's Ed, you can take the road test and obtain your first driver's license when you turn 16 years old plus 270 days.