Reinstating a suspended Texas Drivers License
Every case of license suspension can be different as you can have your license suspended for multiple reasons and varying amounts of time. The reason for the revoked license will also effect the length of the suspension period and the duration your driving privileges are revoked.
Reasons such as:
- A DWI or BWI
- Multiple traffic violations
- Driving without car insurance and being in a car accident
- Being evaluated as medically unable to drive a vehicle
As every case of license suspension is different the below guide is a general outline.
In certain cases you will have a hearing or can request a hearing to contest the driver license suspension. You can also request a suspension appeal in the case that you do not agree with the outcome of your suspension hearing. Follow the instruction that are on your Department Of Public Safety Enforcement notification and any other legal documents provided to you by the DPS or courts.
If you have already had your hearing or will not have a hearing then:
You will need to wait out the driver license suspension period and complete the requirements that the DPS has set out for you in your enforcement notification in order to reinstate your driver license.
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