Driver safety program

S.E.A. 457, P.L. 120 Effective: July 1, 2017 Requires that an individual less than 21 years of age must complete a driver safety program approved by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles if the individual has at least twice been the operator of a motor vehicle involved in … [Read more...]

Ignition interlock devices

H.E.A. 1130, P.L. 71 Effective: July 1, 2016 Requires the criminal justice institute (institute) to establish standards for: (1) service centers; (2) inspections; and (3) ignition interlock device technicians. Specifies that certain fees relating to ignition … [Read more...]

Driving privileges suspensions

S.E.A. 248, P.L. 41 Effective: July 1, 2016 Provides that when judgment has been imposed for committing two worksite speed limit violations within one year, an additional penalty of the suspension of the person's driving privileges for 60 days may be imposed by the … [Read more...]

Bureau of motor vehicles omnibus bill

H.E.A. 1087, P.L. 198 Effective: §§1-17, 21-31, 33-38, 40-127, 129-158, 160-219, 221-258, 260-370, 378-650, 652-669, 671-691 effective July 1, 2016; §§18-20, 128, 159, 220, 259, 371-377, 651, 670 effective March 24, 2016; §§32, 39 effective January 1, 2017 Relocates … [Read more...]

Bureau of Motor Vehicles omnibus bill

The Senate Homeland Security and Transportation Committee heard HB 1087 sponsored by Sens. Yoder and Arnold on the Bureau of Motor Vehicles omnibus bill. The bill amends the chapter regarding the rescission for lifetime Habitual Traffic Violator (HTV) suspensions … [Read more...]

Ignition interlock devices

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard HB 1130 sponsored by Sen. Kruse on ignition interlock devices.  Author Rep. Wesco explained that the bill requires the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to establish minimum standards and … [Read more...]

Work zone safety

The Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee heard SB 248 authored by Sen. Ford on work zone safety. The bill directs the court to recommend a 60-day suspension of driving privileges of a person who in a 12-month period accumulates more than two judgments or … [Read more...]

Employees and expungement

The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee heard SB 267, authored by Sen. Taylor, on employees and expungement. Existing law prohibits job/license applications from questioning applicants concerning expunged arrests or convictions; the bill extends the … [Read more...]