I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
The Indiana BMV will allow you to get a viewable copy of your driver's record online. That might at least show you what the problem is, although it might not have the address. They also have official driving records. The problem is, you'll need your driver's license number from Indiana, and I don't know if you have that.
You can get a free copy of your credit report from www.annualcreditreport.com, and that should list all addresses associated with your Social Security Number. If they're insisting upon an address to view your driving record, that might be a good start. That website does not require a credit card or any purchase to sign up.
What most likely happened is that you had a ticket you didn't know about and missed the court date. When that happens, the state issues a warrant and your right to drive in the state is suspended. It may help to call the traffic court in the County where you used to live and ask if they can find a case in your name. They should be able to search back 15 years. If they find the case, they can tell you what's happening and give you a court date. You will have to either appear in the Indiana Court to take care of this or pay a lawyer to go for you. (If it's more serious than a speeding ticket, you may have to appear even if you hire a lawyer.)
Since the courthouse isn't open yet, see if you can get your old address from your credit report. If that doesn't help, call the courthouse when they open and see what, if anything, they can tell you.
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