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.
Attorneys appeared in court today to argue whether the Bureau of Motor Vehicles is concealing information about overcharging customers for licenses.
A new layer of legislative oversight for Indiana's specialty license plates has resulted in recommendations to stop issuing plates for nine nonprofit groups.
A judge has denied the Bureau of Motor Vehicles' request for a stay on an earlier ruling.
Police say drivers with suspended licenses often turn to mopeds because they're not heavily regulated.
In a court settlement in August, the BMV agreed to refund $30 million for overcharges on driver‘s licenses.
A legislative committee reviewing the status of specialty plates met for the first time Tuesday.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles plans to directly credit customers who were overcharged for driver's licenses.
Attorneys in a class action lawsuit against the Bureau of Motor Vehicles say the department is still overcharging customers by $2.50 for driver's licenses.