Indiana Drivers May Be Eligible For Refund

CHICAGO (CBS) — If you own a car in the State of Indiana, you might be eligible for a little extra cash.

A court approved a $30 million settlement as a result of a class-action lawsuit that alleged drivers were over-charged for driver’s licenses.

Anybody who paid a fee to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles between 2007 and 2013 may be due a refund from the state.

Generally, the amount of the refund isn’t very large, but determining if you are eligible is easy.

Residents can go to and enter some personal information, including your name, address and either your Social Security or driver’s license number.

If residents don’t sign up for a refund, the state says Class members will automatically receive their refunds in the form of a credit the next time they participate in a financial transaction with the BMV.

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