Bureau of Motor Vehicles

BMV Will Begin Charging Late Fees Again On July 1

Jun 29, 2020
Lauren Chapman / IPB News

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will begin charging late fees again July 1.

Late fees had been suspended the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

BMV Set To Allow Walk-In Customers At Branches

Jun 8, 2020
Lauren Chapman / IPB News

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles will soon reopen to walk-in customers at its branches statewide.

BMV Opens Up Some Branches For In-Person Customers

May 5, 2020
Lauren Chapman / IPB News

Bureau of Motor Vehicle locations across the state are starting to reopen to more in-person customers this week, with a goal to open all branches by Memorial Day.

Lauren Chapman/IPB News

On this edition of the podcast the you’ll hear the latest on proposed shift changes with the East Chicago Police Department, the 2020 Presidential election could stall Indiana judgeships, Brandon Smith reports Indiana lawmakers will likely file legislation in the 2020 session over proposed rules at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles for Hoosiers to change the gender on their driver’s license and Chris Nolte has a conversation with the executive director of the Northwest Indiana Forum Heather Ennis. All of that, and more, on this edition of “Lakeshore Update”… 

The public got a chance to comment Monday, in person, about a proposed rule at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles that allows people to change the gender on their driver’s license.

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles says it won’t turn over Hoosiers’ driver’s license information to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Hoosier Lottery Generates Record Revenue For State

Sep 3, 2019

The Hoosier Lottery generated a record amount of revenue for the state over the last year.

The Lottery Commission unveiled its fiscal year-end numbers Tuesday.

A House committee voted Wednesday to make it harder for Hoosiers to change the gender on their driver’s license at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)
Brandon Smith

A House committee voted Wednesday to make it harder for Hoosiers to change the gender on their driver’s license at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles would be required to offer Hoosiers the chance to register to vote more often under legislation approved by a Senate committee.

But the bill does dramatically less than its original version.