Hoosier BMVs See Increase in Suspended Drivers Licenses

By Nina Settappa

Hoosier BMVs See Increase in Suspended Drivers Licenses

October 24, 2012 Updated Oct 24, 2012 at 7:34 AM EST

INDIANA (www.incnow.tv) – The Hoosier state is seeing an increase of suspended drivers licenses.

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles says the increase of suspended drivers licenses is due to lack of auto insurance. This year the BMV saw a 22% increase compared to last year. From January 1 to October 15 of last year, 172,235 licenses were suspended.

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