BMV offers free driving records online

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is now offering free access to driver records online. Previously, the BMV charged $4 for people to look at their records online, with an $8 charge for a certified copy of those records.  As of Wednesday, access to those records is now free of charge, and a certified copy is $4.    Dennis Rosebrough is the BMV Deputy Commissioner.

Rosebrough on BMV Records

Rosebrough says one feature of the online records is the ability to check reinstatement requirements for a driver whose license has been suspended.  The records are available online at

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports from the Statehouse in Indianapolis.


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