Indiana BMV to resume walk-in service in mid-June

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will resume walk-in service beginning Monday, June 15.

Hoosiers will be able to complete all transactions needed in a branch with the exception of driving skills exams. The BMV said it is working on a timeline to resume those tests.

The BMV will continue to accept a limited number of appointments.

The majority of branches will return to a five-day-per-week schedule, serving Hoosiers Tuesday through Saturday. Branch hours are available at the BMV website.

The BMV will continue to limit the number of people permitted in a branch at one time and follow social distancing procedures.

BMV employees who work with the public are required to wear masks and customers visiting a branch are encouraged to do the same.

The Indiana BMV encourages Hoosiers to complete transactions online whenever possible.

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1 comment

Carman Greenlee June 9, 2020 at 6:37 pm

It is about time!


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