News release from the Governor Eric Holcomb’s office announcing COVID-19 Executive order to extend Indiana BMV deadlines.
Gov. Holcomb Signs Executive Order Extending BMV Deadlines
Indianapolis, Indiana (May 9, 2020) — Governor Eric J. Holcomb today signed Executive Order 20-27 to further extend Bureau of Motor Vehicles renewal deadlines. Driver’s licenses, identification cards and vehicle registrations that expire prior to June 4 will now be valid through June 4.
The executive order also extends the BMV’s deadlines for title transactions, salvage titles, and off-road vehicle and snowmobile titles.
Additionally, the executive order provides an extension to June 4 for anyone who has an expiring state-issued professional license or permit.
In an effort to recruit poll workers for Indiana’s upcoming primary election, the executive order also ensures election workers are able to collect their stipend without reducing their unemployment benefits.
The executive order also extends specific individual and business tax deadlines to match federal law.
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State of Indiana Web Resources:
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