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Specialized Driving Helps Small Town Indiana Residents

The new Indiana Specialized Driving Privileges law is of significant benefit to small town residents. Hoosiers commute an average of 22 miles to work. However, most rural area residents do not have access to public transportation. Many people living in Portland or Hartford City can obtain better pay by commuting to Marion or Muncie. Fort Wayne provides employment for residents of Bluffton, Huntington, and Angola. And, the Purdue Research Park and Tippecanoe manufacturing plants offer high wages for residents of Frankfort, Crawfordsville, and Monticello. 

If your driver's license is suspended as a habitual traffic violator, for a criminal conviction, or a BMV administrative suspension, call Gibson Law Office. We can help you get back on the road!