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Indiana law gives courts the authority to order the Indiana BMV to suspend a motorist’s driving privileges when he or she is found to have committed certain traffic violations.
Indiana law assesses a point value for most traffic-related convictions. Point values for offenses range from two to eight points, depending on the seriousness of the violation. Points stay active on an individual’s driving record for two years from the conviction date of the violation.
Indiana motorists are often required to have their insurance provider electronically submit provide proof of insurance to the BMV after being involved in accidents or traffic violations.
The BMV's Driver Safety Program is available through classroom instruction, online, or by video/DVD.
Indiana motorists involved in accidents or who have received convictions for traffic offenses may be required to submit one or more forms to the BMV.
Indiana law gives courts the authority to order the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to suspend a motorist’s driving privileges when he/she is found to have committed certain traffic violations.