There will be some Indiana drivers that will get money back the next time they make a transaction at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
Three months ago the BMV announced it was cutting fees for standard operator's licenses in Indiana by $3.50 because of overcharges and it would credit those who had been over charged in the past.
Now the BMV has found more cases where it had overcharged for licenses and said it found other instances where it undercharged.
BMV officials say that it has not determined the total amount overcharged, but it could be as much as $3.
Officials say the reason is a complex system of determining fees.