INDIANAPOLIS (AP) ó Indiana drivers can now review online records including
citations, suspensions and violations without paying a fee.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is dropping the $4 fee that people once
had to pay to see their driver records online.
Itís also reducing the cost of certified copies of official driver records,
which can now be ordered online or by mail for $4 instead of $8. The
official records are often required by employers or school admission
BMV Commissioner Scott Waddell says the most frequently asked questions at
the BMV Call Center are about requirements to reinstate a suspended driverís
license. Waddell says the free access to the records will allow drivers to
better understand the reinstatement requirements.
More than 340,000 Indiana drivers have suspended licenses.