Indiana BMV adding five new language options to drivers exam

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Hoosiers will soon be able to take the drivers license written exam in 19 languages.

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) currently only offers the exam in 14 languages.

American Sign Language, or ASL, will the first of five new languages added to the computer-based system, and will be available on Monday, March 29.

Hindi, Croatian, Serbian and Tagalog will be added in the coming months.

Written exams, formerly offered on paper, have been completed on computer terminals since 2013. The addition of ASL adds a new video dimension to the BMV platform.

All non-English translations are completed by certified translators and undergo a peer-review before publication.

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