KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The “At-Home Knowledge Test” is currently being offered to Tennessee youth ages 15 to 17. The written portion of the driving test will be offered online instead of in person at a service center. drive.
This new test is being made available through the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security and Safety’s Driver Services division. Teens can take the written test online under the supervision of a supervisor/parent/guardian.
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The online test will require participants to verify their identity and agree to be supervised throughout the exam. Superintendent verification can be done through the Tennessee Guardian Identification (PID) app. The test can be taken twice online, after a second unsuccessful attempt it must be taken in person at a driver service center.
A full explanation of the steps and other rules for teens ages 15-17 can be found on the state’s website.
https://www.wkrn.com/news/tennessee-news/tn-teenagers-can-now-take-their-drivers-test-at-home/ TN teenagers can now take their driver’s test at home