INDIANAPOLIS | A self-proclaimed "numbers guy," Democrat Mike Claytor kicked off his campaign for state auditor Thursday by vowing to protect Hoosiers from the bad math of Indiana Republicans.
INDIANAPOLIS | All Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branches will be closed Saturday for a statewide computer maintenance project.
INDIANAPOLIS | An administrative hearing judge has brought at least a temporary end to a 15-month dispute by ordering the specialty license plate be reinstated for the Indiana Youth Group.
A while back I wrote about the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles charging $10 extra, without telling you, to renew your plates at the emissions testing facility. They tell you now about the charge.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier veterans with training and experience driving a truck in the military no longer must take the drive skills test ordinarily required to obtain an Indiana commercial driver's license, thanks in part to the efforts of a Portage lawmaker.
I just had my 2007 Honda Odyssey emission tested at the BMV garage. It all went fine and my van passed the mandatory emission test within just a few seconds. The attendant printed my vehicle inspection report and handed it to me and then advised they can renew my registration right there at …
Oct. 2 was my birthday and my license expiration date. As the BMV is closed on Sundays and Mondays, I walked to my BMV branch on Tuesday to renew.
Did you pay $10 extra to renew your plates when you went for your emissions test? I did, and I got scammed.
I could not believe my ears. You will not believe what the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is doing now.
INDIANAPOLIS | A plan to increase vehicle fees to support law enforcement academies narrowly was approved by a House committee Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana motorists now can display their love for pets by buying a Pet Friendly license plate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Northwest Indiana law enforcement and legislators came out in force Wednesday at the Statehouse to call for a new funding source for the state's police academies, including the Hobart facility.
INDIANAPOLIS | Full-service license branches normally open Tuesdays through Saturdays will be closed Saturday in observance of New Year's Day. Branches will resume normal hours at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to R. Scott Waddell, commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
INDIANAPOLIS | The BMV judge who ruled Lake County assessor candidate Carol Ann Seaton was not an Indiana resident has been fired.
INDIANAPOLIS | Full-service license branches for the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles normally open Tuesday through Saturday will be closed Saturday for New Year's Day, officials announced Tuesday.
All seven Clean Air Car Check emissions testing sites and Drive-Thru Renew partial service license branch locations in Lake and Porter counties have reopened following temporary closures at three stations due to weather-related issues.
Clean Air Car Check vehicle emissions testing sites in Portage, Valparaiso and Crown Point are temporarily closed due to weather-related issues.
INDIANAPOLIS | The BMV judge who ruled Lake County Assessor candidate Carol Ann Seaton was not an Indiana resident has been suspended without pay after police found evidence of a marijuana growing operation in her home while investigating a domestic incident.
I want to thank the the management and all the staff of the Valparaiso Bureau of Motor Vehicles. This branch should be used as the prime example of how things can work. They all were friendly, courteous, respectful and as efficient as I could imagine.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's SecureID program, which requires additional proof of identity before a Hoosier is issued a driver's license or identification card, was praised Monday by a U.S. Homeland Security official.
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