BMV Admits To Inadvertently Overcharging Hoosiers For Drivers Licenses

By Michael Klopfenstein
By Rafael Sanchez

BMV Admits To Inadvertently Overcharging Hoosiers For Drivers Licenses

May 21, 2013 Updated May 21, 2013 at 1:08 PM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (www.theindychannel.com) - In response to a class-action lawsuit that alleged the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles overcharged as many as 4 million Hoosiers since 2007, the BMV admitted in a May 15 filing "it may have inadvertently overcharged" drivers.

Indianapolis attorney Irwin Levin filed suit in March claiming all Indiana drivers under the age of 75 who obtained or renewed a license since 2007 were overcharged as much as $7 per license. Marion Superior Court Judge Heather Welch later granted class-action status to the case.

Levin told ABC affiliate RTV6 that drivers over 75 receive a different type of license and the BMV hasn't overcharged for those.

The suit seeks more than $30 million in damages. It claims Indiana has more than 4 million licensed drivers.




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