After some legal depositions were taken of former state employees about overcharging, the Indiana BMV decided to surrender and payback some customers. Here is more from the IndyStar:
About 180,000 Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles customers may be entitled to excise tax refunds due to their vehicles being improperly classified during registration, officials announced today.
Total amount of refunds may run as high as $29 Million plus interest.
Officials said the BMV has issued about 60 million registrations and collected about $3.4 billion in excise taxes since 2006. While final data is not yet available, it is believed that about 180,000 individuals were impacted by this miscalculation
Indiana Department of Revenue will issue the refunds. You can read the rest here.