How can I restore my driver’s license?
When your driver’s license gets suspended, you may find it very difficult to do things that were once simple. Getting to work, buying your groceries, and visiting friends or family may turn into a chore, but these are the repercussions you will have to face after violating the rules of the road.
When starting the license restoration process, it is important that you have all necessary information about the cause of the suspension. Your license may be suspended for months so it is important that you determine exactly when you can begin the restoration process. You will be required to pay any surcharges that you owe in relation to your traffic infraction. In addition, it is important to determine whether your suspension has been imposed by the MVC or by the court. Either the court or the MVC will inform you what you have to do to lift your suspension.
After all of your surcharges have been paid and other matters are resolved, it may be time to restore your license. You will be required to pay a license restoration fee of $100 and an additional registration restoration fee of $100. The MVC may even require you to retake your road test or the written text. This is usually the case if you haven’t driven in three years. Finally, you will be required to show the MVC six different points of identification, such as your U.S. passport, driver’s license, birth certificate, certificate of citizenship, social security card, school photo ID, military identification, and more.
If you have questions about restoring your driver’s license after it has been suspended due to a traffic violation, contact an experienced attorney today.
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