All the study materials necessary to pass the Indiana chauffeur's license test are available in the Indiana driver's manual, which can be downloaded for free from the website of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles as of 2014. In Chapter 7 of the manual, there are also sample chauffeur's license test questions.
To obtain a chauffeur's license or a public passenger chauffeur's license in Indiana, applicants must be Indiana residents and at least 18 years old. For a chauffeur's license, a year of driving experience is necessary, while for a public passenger chauffeur's license, an applicant must have two years' experience. Besides passing the knowledge examination, applicants must pass a vision screening test. To obtain a public passenger chauffeur's license, a Form 3337 medical certification filled in by a licensed physician is also necessary.
The holder of a chauffeur's license cannot transport passengers for hire but is allowed to transport passengers in a private bus for educational institutions or charitable, religious or other nonprofit organizations. Holders of a public passenger chauffeur's license can transport up to 15 for-hire passengers. For those younger than 75, an Indiana chauffeur's license must be renewed every six years. A public passenger chauffeur's license must be renewed every four years for those older than 75. The knowledge test does not need to be retaken unless there is a problem with the applicant's driving record or the license has been expired for more than three years.