HB1130 - Indiana

Aliens, Military Forces, Motor Vehicles  

  • Drivers licenses. Adds provisions concerning licenses, permits, and identification cards for aliens lawfully admitted for temporary residence in the United States. Provides that if an individual is temporarily residing outside Indiana because of service in the armed forces of the United States, the individual's driver's license (which includes any type of license authorizing the operation of a motor vehicle on public streets and highways), despite expiring, remains valid for 90 days following the individual's discharge from service in the armed forces. (Current law similarly provides for a 90 day period of post-discharge validity, but it applies only to an individual's operator's license.) Allows the bureau of motor vehicles to adopt rules concerning the renewal of licenses by mail or electronic service. Makes a technical correction and corresponding changes in related sections.
Indiana
Last Update
10/23/2010
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