INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WOWO/NETWORK INDIANA): The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has settled a class-action suit over 13 years of overcharges. In total the bureau will issue 62-million dollars in credits.
You’ll see the credits on your next transaction, or you’ll be sent a check if that’s what you want.
This is the third and apparently final round of refunds and the second to be issued to settle a lawsuit. Attorney Irwin Levin says just about anyone who registered a vehicle or got a license between 2002 and 2014 will receive a refund — he says you can expect anywhere from one to 50 dollars, depending on how many transactions you had and what kind.
For charges before 2006, you’ll need to fill out a form on the BMV website. More recent overcharges will show up automatically as credits to your account.