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If you are younger than 18 years of age Indiana law requires that applications for a permit or license must be signed and sworn to or affirmed by one (1) of the following in order of preference:
An individual who signs a permit or license application for a minor agrees to be responsible jointly and severally with the minor applicant for any injury or damage that the minor applicant causes by reason of the operation of a motor vehicle if the minor applicant is liable in damages.
The adult signing the agreement of financial liability must present documents of identification proving his or her identity and age.
The agreement of financial liability is terminated when the minor driver turns 18-years-old.
If the adult who signed the agreement of financial liability dies, the agreement of financial liability is terminated, in which case another adult must sign an agreement of financial liability for the minor driver.
The adult who signed the agreement of financial liability may subsequently file with the bureau a written request that the permit or license be canceled.