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Gender change if you have a gender change procedure

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Gender Change*If you have a gender change procedure and hold an Indiana credential, you may visit a BMV branchto apply for an amended credential that indicates the change. You must present a certified amendedbirth certificate or a physician’s signed and dated statement, on letterhead, that includes the languagefrom 140 IAC 7-1.1-3 “<insert customer’s name> successfully underwent all treatment necessaryto permanently change <insert customer’s name> gender from <insert old gender> to <insert newgender>”, or a Physician’s Statement of Gender Change – State Form 55617, completed in its entiretyby both the applicant and the physician.* At the time this manual was published, a proposed administrative rule to modify procedures to amendgender information on a driver’s license or identification card was in process. Please visit IN.gov/BMVfor the most up-to-date requirements.REPLACING A CREDENTIALIf you lose your credential or if it is stolen, you may replace it by logging into yourIN.gov/BMVaccountor visit a BMV Connect kiosk to order a replacement, provided your name, gender, or residentialaddress information has not changed. You may replace your credential online a maximum of 10 timesbefore you are required to visit a BMV branch for a replacement.You may change your mailing address online. However, if any other information has changed, youcannot order a replacement online and you must visit a BMV branch to amend your credential within 30days of the change and present documents as described in Appendix A.For a complete list of documents required to obtain a Real ID-compliant credential, see Appendix A (p.66) of this manual or visitREALID.IN.gov. If you have questions about collecting your documents, youcan call the Indiana BMV toll-free at 888-692-6841 to speak with a customer service representative, orvisit any branch for assistance.
21CHAPTER FIVE |POINTS, SUSPENSION, AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTSThe Point Study Committee assesses a point value for traffic violations. The point value relates to theseverity and history of the violation or accident.CHAPTER 5|Points, Suspension, and Insurance RequirementsPOINT VALUESPoints vary for speeding violations. Examples of speeding violation point totals include:1 – 15 miles per hour over the speed limit2 points16 – 25 miles per hour over the speed limit4 points26+ miles per hour over the speed limit6 pointsExamples of other violation point totals include:Failure to use headlights2 pointsNo brake or signal lights2 pointsImproper motorcycle headgear4 pointsImproper motorcycle passenger4 pointsViolation for hand-held device4 pointsUnsafe lane movement4 pointsDisregarding a stop sign or yield sign4 pointsFailure to yield to an emergency vehicle6 pointsFollowing another vehicle too closely6 pointsDriving while suspended8 pointsSpeed contest on road8 pointsPoints stay active on your driver record for two years from the conviction date.

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VALERIABERTACCO
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BMV, The Grave,

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