The Bureau of Motor Vehicles suspended Indiana Youth Group, Indiana Greenways and 4-H Foundation license plates because the groups gave them away to donors.
The suit alleges the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles overcharged Hoosiers for their driver's licenses.
From 2009 to 2012, the number of titles the state processed rose almost 9 percent.
As electricity, natural gas and other alternative fuels gain in popularity, the gas tax -- a primary source of road funding -- is bringing in less money.
The BMV has reinstated thousands of driver's licenses that were suspended due to lack of driver's insurance.
The BMV is extending its hours the day before and the day of the election.
One official says the struggling economy has caused a 22 percent increase in license since last year.
The Indiana Youth Group's license plate was banned because they allegedly did not follow BMV procedure.
The BMV says the Indiana Youth Group must go through the courts if it wants to appeal the bureau's decision to ban the organization's license plates.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has suspended the distribution of license plates from the Indiana Youth Group because it violated state law.