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Suspension & Reinstatement

Your driving privileges can be suspended for multiple reasons. The most common suspensions are as a result of the following:

  • Courts can order the BMV to suspend an individual’s driving privileges
  • State law requires the BMV to suspend a person's driving privileges for certain violations - including failure to provide proof of financial responsibility (insurance).

Click the below categories to learn more about suspensions and reinstatements.

Learn how to reinstate your license after it has been suspended.

Indiana law assesses a point value for most traffic-related convictions. Drivers must complete a Driver Safety Program if convicted of two or more traffic offenses.

Indiana law allows the courts or the BMV to suspend the driving privileges of a driver when he or she is found to have committed certain traffic violations or failed to file required documentation.

You are required to provide proof of financial responsibility to the BMV after being involved in an accident or certain traffic violations.

To reinstate a person's driving privileges, a driver may be required to submit one or more forms to the BMV.

The Indiana Department of Transportation may place a hold on your registration if you have unpaid toll violations. You are required to provide proof of financial responsibility to the BMV after being involved in an accident or certain traffic violations.

Are you an insurance agent who needs to submit paperwork for your client?

You will need to provide proof of financial responsibility to the BMV when your customer receives a request for verification.

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