Sec. 13 . (a) Whenever the bureau is authorized or required to give notice under this chapter or any other law regulating the operation of vehicles, unless a different method of giving notice is otherwise expressly prescribed, the notice may be given either by personal delivery to the person to be notified or by deposit with the United States Postal Service of the notice by first class mail.
(b) A person who, after notification, fails to return or surrender to the bureau upon demand a suspended, revoked, or invalidated driver's license, permit, certificate of registration, or license plate commits a Class C misdemeanor. The bureau may file with the prosecuting attorney of the county in which the person resides an affidavit charging the person with the offense.
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