A court may order the BMV to suspend a license if a parent owes back child support. If the local child support prosecutor finds that a parent did not show up for a hearing or showed up and was found to owe back child support, then the child support prosecutor can send an order to the BMV to suspend that parent’s license until a payment plan is put in place.
The Indiana Child Support Services Program is free to Hoosiers and may provide more information on a child support related suspension. Find more information through the Child Support Customer Service – KIDSLINE.
Click the ‘How to Get and Read an Indiana Driving Record’ handout link.
Helpful Resources and Tools
BMV Suspension and Reinstatement InformationLook through information on how to reinstate a suspended drivers license.
Driver's License Suspension InfoClick here to see commonly asked questions about driver's license suspension.
How to View and Order BMV Driving Record VideoClick here for instructions on how to access and order your BMV driving record.
myBMV InstructionsLook through information on how to use the BMV website to view a driving record.
Indiana Bureau of Motor VehiclesClick for information on how to update your driver's license.