Thank you for your response.
I am sorry to hear that. I am afraid that hardship licenses in Indiana are difficult to say the least. First, under Indiana Code 9-30-10-9(c), you cannot apply to the court for a probationary license until you have completed at least 5 years of your license suspension. Second, if you have had any violations then you have to have 3 consecutive years without any driving while suspended violations to apply pursuant to Indiana Code 9-30-10-9(e). If you can prove the extreme hardship once the 5 years pass without any violations and complying with all requirements you can ask the court to grant a probationary license through BMV under Indiana Code 9-30-10-9(d).
I am afraid this is the only way to get the probationary/hardship license under the Indiana laws.
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