A new Indiana law may offer relief to many drivers in Indianapolis and throughout the state with a suspended drivers license or have been previously unable to get a hardship license or probationary driving privileges.  The newly established Indiana Code § 9-30-16, which goes into effect on January 1, 2015, significantly changes the range of people eligible for driving privileges during a court or BMV-ordered suspension, good news for some suspended drivers. Previously, Indiana imposed severe restrictions on eligibility for hardship privileges for suspended drivers.  Now, unless you have: 1. Never held a valid Indiana driver’s license; 2. Only hold a CDL license; or 3. Have been suspended for refusing to submit to a chemical test; You may be eligible for specialized driving privileges even if you did not qualify for relief before.  This potentially includes drivers who have been found to be “Habitual Traffic Violators”, drivers whose licenses have been suspended for failure to pay child support, and drivers with multiple suspensions, just to name a few. It’s never too early to find out if this new law may apply to your situation. The attorneys at Black Clay LLC represent drivers in Indianapolis and all across the state of Indiana.  Call a drivers license attorney at Black Clay LLC (317) 580-9007 or contact us today by e-mail to set up a free consultation to discuss whether you may be eligible for specialized driving privileges in Indiana.