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Revocation is the removal of your privilege to drive. It is required by law, upon conviction of certain driving offenses. Once your revocation period has ended, your driving privilege will remain revoked until an investigation is completed into whether all withdrawal actions have ended and all statutory requirements are met. Complete an investigation packet to begin the process.
You will be required to pay the appropriate application fee and a $20 reinstatement fee, and you may be required to file a Certificate of Insurance (commonly known as an SR-22). A written, vision and road test may be required.
Your driving privilege may be revoked for
Your driving privilege will be revoked for two or more convictions for
In addition, your driving privilege may be revoked for