I live in Fla now and i was wondering would i have to pay the Indianapolis reinstatement fee to get my License in Fla, If i have already paid my tickets.
You have no right to drive in FL (or anywhere); rather, driving is a privilege, and if your privilege has been revoked by another State then Fl will honor that revocation.
Regardless, if you do not do what FL-DMV says, when it says it, how it says it, to the "T" and without explanation or excuse then you will not be licensed in FL. It is truly that simple.
Dealing with DMV can be likened to being in a rip current. Go with it and your survival chances increase exponentially; fight it and prepare to die / drown.
That said, your best bet is to call the good folks at DMV in Tallahassee (850-617-2000). FL-DMV will give you all the information that you need to then contact IN-DMV.
If you can figure it out on your own with IN and reinstate then great; but if not then you will need to hire an IN lawyer to straighten it out. Either way, once IN clears you then they will communicate that to FL and you should be good to go.
Just remember, with either and both DMV's, if you follow the rule of the 3 "p"'s (be patient, pleasant and polite) you will be surprised at just how knowledgeable and helpful they can be.
If you choose to listen to me (and heed my advise) then I know that I will have been helpful to you.
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