My driver’s license was suspended because I refused to blow when the police officer asked me to submit to the breath tes (or I refused a urine test). How do I get my driver’s license reinstated?
Starting with the day of your arrest for DUI, your driver’s license will be suspended for one year for the first DUI offense and 18 months for any more DUI offenses if you refuse a breathylizer or urine test. You will be given a 10 day permit to drive on the date of arrest. When that driving permit expires in ten days, you have to serve a 90 day driving suspension period before you are eligible to apply for driver’s license due to hardship if this is your first such license suspension. If you have refused to submit to a breath or urine test two or more times, you are not eligibl for a hardship driver’s license. To be eligible for the hardship driver’s license, you must show proof that you have enrolled in a DUI school to the Administrative Reviews Office. If you get the approval to reinstate your license early due to a hardship, you must provide this approval to the driver’s license office . If you do not complete the DUI school within 90 days after reinstatement of your license, your
- My driver’s license was suspended because I refused to blow when the police officer asked me to submit to the breath tes (or I refused a urine test). How do I get my driver’s license reinstated?
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