INDIANAPOLIS — Many fees at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles have been waived, as the agency tries to keep the new coronavirus from spreading in Indiana.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order Thursday, making sweeping changes across the state amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The BMV notes that in-person visits to a branch should be used only when absolutely necessary.
The following changes at the BMV are now in effect:
- $6 for late driver’s license or identification card renewals
- $15 for late vehicle registration renewals
- $30 for late title transactions
- $15 for late ORV and snowmobile registration renewals
- $10 for late salvage titles
- Credit card fee for online transactions
The BMV will restrict the following transactions to out-of-branch only:
- Registration Renewal for Vehicles
- Replacement Documents for:
- Driver’s Licenses and Identification Cards
There will also be a BMV employee at the entrance of every branch, making sure no more than 20 people enter the building.