Brought to you by WBIW News and Network Indiana
Last updated on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has agreed to stop requiring drivers chosen at random from a state registry to prove they are insured.
BMV spokesman Dennis Rosebrough said Monday the agency has agreed to a stay in a lawsuit filed by a woman whose license was suspended for not having insurance even though she didn't own a car.
Rosebrough says state law requires the agency to check at random to ensure that drivers suspended for lack of insurance have since obtained coverage.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana said the BMV's actions violated due process as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. A judge granted a preliminary injunction against the agency in August.
Rosebrough says drivers still must prove they have insurance if they are in an accident.
1340 AM WBIW welcomes comments and suggestions by calling 812.277.1340 during normal business hours or by email at email@example.com
© Ad-Venture Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Click here to go back to previous page