NASHVILLE — More than 43,000 teenagers between the ages of 15-17 years old have taken the written driver’s license knowledge test online since the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS) offered it as an option six months ago on May 16.
The test may be administered in the comfort of one’s own home 24/7 which offers convenient hours that don’t interfere with work or school.
Teenagers between the ages of 15 to 17 years old may take their written driver’s license knowledge test online under a proctor’s supervision (parent/legal guardian) via the Tennessee Proctor IDentification (PID) app.
Those taking the online test will be required to verify their identity and agree to be monitored throughout the exam. The test can be attempted twice online. If someone fails twice, they will have to go to a Driver Services Center for future testing.
How to get a Tennessee Proctor Identification (PID)? AppIn the Apple/Google play store search engine, type Tennessee Proctor ID, look for the Tennessee PID app icon, and follow the steps to download/install the PID app.
“The department seeks to find innovative ways to serve Tennesseans better,” said TDOSHS Commissioner Jeff Long. “This new testing option reduces processing time and the number of customers at Driver Services Centers, while providing flexible hours for the test taker and their parent/guardian.”
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s mission is to serve, secure, and protect the people of Tennessee.