Indiana’s Traffic Violation Point System
An Indiana driver who accumulates 14 points will generally receive a warning letter from the BMV. A driver with 20 or more points will receive a notice of suspension.
Driving Without a Valid (or on a Suspended) License in Indiana
What does it mean to drive without a license in Indiana? Driving without a license can refer to three scenarios: driving without possessing your license, unlicensed driving, and driving after having your license revoked or suspended.
Indiana’s Teen Driver’s License and Insurance Requirements
How teens obtain a driver's license in Indiana and the restricts that apply for teens with learner's permits and operator's licenses
Indiana's Cellphone-Use & Texting-While-Driving Laws
Indiana’s distracted driving law generally bans texting-while-driving for all motorists and talking on a cellphone for only certain drivers. Read about the the law's specifics, including the costs of a ticket.
Speeding Tickets and Penalties in Indiana
Indiana has two types of speeding laws: a “basic speeding law” and “absolute limits.” Read about the difference between these laws and the costs of getting a speeding ticket.
Red Light and Stop Sign Tickets in Indiana
If you get caught running a stop sign or red light in Indiana, you’ll typically be looking at a fine and points on your driving record. This article gives an overview of what the law prohibits and some of the specific consequences of a stop sign or red light violation.
Indiana’s Child Car Seat and Seatbelt Laws
Indiana has laws mandating protection for child passengers in cars. The type of car seat or restraint system required depends on the size and age of the child. A violation is an infraction and can result in fines.
Indiana's Vehicular Manslaughter (Reckless Homicide) Laws and Penalties
A motorist who drives negligently or recklessly in Indiana and kills another person may face manslaughter charges.