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Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV)

In Indiana, motor vehicle and driver services are part of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). BMV is a state agency that regulates the issuance of driver licenses and vehicle registrations. It also provides a number of other services to drivers and vehicle owners.

The Bureau has been in existence since 1924 to regulate the sale, distribution, and use of motor vehicles in Indiana. It is responsible for issuing licenses to those who wish to operate a motor vehicle on public roads as well as registering those vehicles. In addition, it provides various other services to drivers and vehicle owners such as issuing titles for those vehicles, providing information about traffic laws, enforcing those laws through its police force, and providing information about insurance coverage for motorists.

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) provides various services to vehicle owners. You can register your vehicle online, by mail or in person.

You can only register your vehicle if you have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.

The BMV charges registration fees for new vehicles. The fee is based on the weight of the vehicle and its age.

If you are registering your vehicle for the first time, you will need to provide proof of ownership, such as a manufacturer’s certificate of origin or a title document. If you are renewing your registration, you will need to provide evidence that it is still valid, such as an insurance card or current registration sticker.

You can apply for a driver’s license in Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) by following these steps:

  • You will need to visit the BMV location near you and make an appointment for a new driver’s license. If you don’t know where your nearest BMV location is, you can find it on the BMV website.
  • When applying for a license, you’ll need to bring with you:
    • Proof of identity and Social Security number (e.g., original or certified copy of birth certificate, valid US passport)
    • Proof of Indiana residency (e.g., utility bill, lease agreement)
    • Proof of your name change if applicable (e.g., original or certified copy of marriage certificate)