Suspended drivers have until Dec. 31 to take advantage of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ Reinstatement Relief Program. The Reinstatement Relief Program allows suspended drivers to pay temporarily reduced reinstatement fees and earn reinstatement, as long as all other legal requirements are met.
Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, said the program offers a 50 percent discount on reinstatement fees before July 1, 2013 for operating without insurance. Customers may be responsible for providing proof of insurance, completing a driver safety program, paying court fees, or successfully passing a driver’s license written knowledge exam, driving skills exam or vision screening.
The program was initiated in July of this year and more than 10,800 customers have paid back over $2.2 million in reinstatement fees.
Reinstatement fees cannot be paid at license branches. Customers must create a myBMV.com account to check eligibility.
More information on the BMV’s Reinstatement Relief Program may be found at www.in.gov/bmv/3212.htm.