Ohio BMV Reinstatement Offices Expand Payment Sites

January 31st, 2012 by DaytonDUI Leave a reply »
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The Good News?  The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is expanding the locations where you can pay your reinstatement fee.  The Bad News?  It is going to cost you.  Starting today, 179 Ohio BMV deputy registrar sites will accept payments on reinstatement fees.  The deputy registrar sites will also accept the documentation required for reinstatement.  According to the story in the Springfield News Sun, “[t]he bureau says that doesn’t mean reinstatement would happen immediately. It might require more time to be processed. Customers also still would need to meet other reinstatement requirements, such as appearing in court or having proof of insurance, before their driving privileges are restored.”  The fee for this convenience will be $10.00.  In the past, people could only pay a reinstatement fee in the following locations:

 

 

CINCINNATI
10948 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
(513) 742-7535 or
(513) 742-7545

CLEVELAND
12000 Snow Road, Suite N
Parma, Ohio 44130
(440) 845-2007

COLUMBUS
1583 Alum Creek Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43209
(614) 752-7600

JACKSON
110 Twin Oaks Drive
Jackson, Ohio 45640
(740) 286-5683

TOLEDO
4400 Heatherdowns Blvd.
Toledo, Ohio 43614
(419) 245-3010

YOUNGSTOWN
Northeast Ohio Regional Service Center
242 Federal Plaza West
Youngstown, Ohio 44503
(330) 797-5550

If you are having an issue with your Ohio Driver’s License due to a DUI/OVI conviction, an Out-of-State DUI or traffic offense, a Driving Under Suspension charge or any of the myriad problems than can befall even the most conscientious person, please contact Dayton Traffic Attorney Charles M. Rowland II at (937) 318-1384 or visit  the Driving Under Suspension, Ohio BMV Issues or other appropriate portion of his blog.  A former municipal court prosecutor, Charles M. Rowland II has been helping people straighten out license issues for over 16 years.  Charles Rowland practices throughout the Miami Valley.

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