Commissioner Kent Abernathy says he's working with state lawmakers to begin fixing problems within the BMV.
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An outside consulting firm's evaluation says the catalog of about 1,200 fees and taxes the bureau is responsible for is riddled with errors.
A story in the Indianapolis Star alleges that top BMV officials were told of the overcharges years before the state revealed them to the public.
House Roads and Transportation Chairman Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, says there are more than 1,200 motor-vehicle fees, and many are either obsolete or redundant.
Gov. Mike Pence announced changes at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles this week while applications poured in for the state's expansion of the Healthy Indiana Plan.
The announcement of those refunds — expected to total $2 million — is the latest in the BMV's ongoing repayment for overcharging its customers.
BMV's excise tax refund will affect all Indiana counties, but only three percent of motorists.
Hoosiers must register their mopeds with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles beginning January 2nd.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles overcharged more than 5 million Hoosiers for their vehicle registrations.