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The BMV Fee Installment Plan is scheduled to take effect on 07/15/2013.
To apply, fill out the BMV 1152, Fee Installment Plan Application. You may obtain the form at any of the seven Regional Reinstatement Offices, any Deputy Registrar, or it can be mailed to you by calling 614 752-7500.
The court may grant a fee payment plan with limited driving privileges while making payments to the BMV on your reinstatement fees.
The court has ordered the suspension of your driver license.
If you are under a mandatory suspension you do not qualify for the BMV fee installment plan. You would need to petition your local municipal court for a court ordered payment plan and limited driving privileges.
Yes, any person owing reinstatement fees in Ohio and meeting the requirements are eligible. A clearance letter will be mailed to you and your status will show valid in the National Driver Registry.
A minimum payment of at least $50 is due every 30 days.
Your status will be valid, expired, or eligible to test as long as you continue to make your payments.
CDL drivers will be eligible for the fee installment plan and maintain their CDL license.
The payment will be applied to the balance of the reinstatement fees owed (no refund will be issued).
A BMV Form 2006 information letter will be sent indicating your installment plan has been approved and your license status is valid, expired, or cleared to retest.
A denial notice will be sent indicating a not eligible status and reason(s).
A termination order must be obtained from the court before applying for the BMV Fee Installment Plan.
If you miss a payment, the installment plan will become inactive and the license status will revert back to "failure to reinstate." Once a $50.00 payment has been made and applied to the BMV record, the BMV installment plan will be reactivated.
Yes, you would need to reapply.
You will need to fill out BMV Form 1152, Fee Installment Plan application and reapply.
Yes, the deputy registrar $10 service fee will be charged each time a fee installment payment is made.
Yes you can make multiple payments during the month; you must make a minimum payment of $50 every 30 days.
The BMV fee installment plan was implemented due to Senate Bill 337 (129th General Assembly), Collateral Sanctions Bill, which was enacted into law on 9/28/2012.
You can find the payment plan in ORC section 4510.10 and OAC rule 4501:1-1-15.
No, your BMV installment plan will be accepted and you will be eligible to test.
Online payments take 5 to 7 days to process prior to being applied to the record. Fee installment plans can be inactivated for non-payment. However, BMV installment plans are reactivated once a payment has been applied to the BMV record.
If you have further questions, please call (614)752-7500. Call Center hours of operation: Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.