Revocation of License

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A revoked driver’s license means your license has been fully cancelled and it cannot be reinstated. In order to get a license again you will have to go through your state’s licensing process which typically involves a written test and a road test and of course it is not free. Once you pass the tests, a new driver’s license will be issued, your old one will not be reinstated. It is possible to have your driver’s license revoked or even permanently revoked due to multiple driving offenses, medical conditions, and age.

A driver license suspension or revocation is a separate action from any court case.  Reinstatement of your driving privileges is not automatic. You must follow DMV reinstatement procedures and physically receive a license to regain your driving privileges, even if your criminal charges were dismissed or reduced. Your privilege will remain suspended or revoked indefinitely until you comply with all reinstatement requirements and receive a new license. There is no time limit or statute of limitations for reinstating suspensions or revocations.  If your license is suspended or revoked because of an active court case such as Failure to Appear, you must resolve all of the criminal charges before your license can be reinstated. You must then follow the DMV’s reinstatement procedures and requirements.  If your license is suspended or revoked, contact us for reinstatement requirements. In many cases, we can send you a clearance letter by mail.

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