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Lots of Hoosiers were overcharged for their driver‘s licenses, but now the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is trying to make it good.

The BMV announced today (Frid) that it will immediately return the overcharge in the form of a credit to every affected driver.  So, when you go to your local branch or to the BMV website to conduct any type of transaction, the credit will be deducted from your final charge.

A lawsuit was filed in March claiming the BMV overcharged Indiana residents by millions. The BMV admitted it miscalculated license fees, resulting in a $3.50 overcharge for standard licenses.