(Indianapolis, Ind.) - A new lawsuit contends that the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has overcharged millions of dollars for drivers licenses.
The lawsuit filed this week in Marion County Superior Court alleges that the BMV charged drivers under the age of 75 anywhere from $4 to $7 more than Indiana law allows when the drivers acquired or renewed their licenses, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Attorney Irwin B. Levin of the Indianapolis law firm Cohen & Malad filed the lawsuit. Although he was unable to identify exactly how much the state overcharged drivers, Levin claims the amount totaled as much as $40 million since 2007.
The litigation seeks the return of the alleged overcharges to individuals across the state, according to the Star.
The Indiana BMV has not yet responded to the lawsuit.