Attorney: Four million Hoosiers may be entitled to BMV money

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As many as four million Indiana drivers could become part of a class-action lawsuit against the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

The suit claims Hoosiers have been overcharged for their driver’s licenses since 2007. It was filed in March.

According to the attorney on the cases, all Indiana drivers under the age of 75 who got or renewed a license since that time overpaid as much as $7 each.

The suit seeks more than $30 million in damages.

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