BMV offers reinstatement program

The State of Ohio is offering a reinstatement fee program for motorists wanting to re-establish driving privileges.

Beginning July 15, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will offer reinstatement fee installment plans to those who qualify.  Individuals whose driver’s license have been suspended, but have met all of their reinstatement requirements, with the exception of paying the reinstatement fees, may apply.

The plan will allow eligible drivers to renew, become valid, or permitted to retest for their driver’s license.

In order to qualify for an installment plan, individuals must owe at least $150 in reinstatement fees, have met all other reinstatement requirements, show current insurance, and pay a minimum payment of at least $50 every 30 days.

An application for the program can found by logging onto , at any Deputy Registrar location, or by calling (614) 752-7600.

Once approved, licenses will remain valid as long as payments are made every 30 days and there are no additional suspensions.

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