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Indiana BMV to Credit Drivers for Overcharges

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The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles says they'll be issuing a credit to Hoosiers who paid too much for their driver’s licenses. A class-action lawsuit alleged that the BMV has overcharged for licenses collecting more than allowed under state law. Late last month, the agency issued a statement saying they were lowering the cost of licenses immediately, after discovering a “miscalculation resulting in a $3.50 discrepancy for the six, five and four year standard operator's licenses”. The BMV says affected Indiana drivers will see the credit reflected in their next transaction either through the BMV's website or at a local branch.  “In order to make Hoosiers whole, we believe it is important to return the overcharge directly to those who have been impacted. It is the right thing to do," said R. Scott Waddell, Commissioner of the BMV, in a news release issued this morning.
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