How to Reinstate Your Driver’s License After a DUI

Losing your driver’s license to a DUI charge can change many aspects of your life. You’ll have to find a ride to work, school, or appointments, which may sound easier than it actually is. If this happens to you, you’ll probably want to reinstate your driver’s license as soon as you can. A DUI lawyer can help you understand this and other aspects of your DUI charge. Here’s some helpful information from the Law Offices of Michael L. Brown, Jr. on how to reinstate your license after your DUI.

Meet with a lawyer

Take the time to meet with a DUI attorney about your charge. They’ll be able to give you clear advice on your charges and when you may expect to be eligible for license reinstatement. It’s always good to know where you stand with your charge.

Be ready to meet the requirements

Your charge may require you to fulfill certain conditions before your license is reinstated. To have a driver’s license reinstated in South Carolina after a DUI charge, you may have to complete a drug and alcohol safety program, pay a $100 minimum reinstatement fee, provide proof of insurance (which may include an SR-22), or pass a test.

Visit the DMV after your suspension period

Once your suspension period is over and you’ve met the requirements, you should visit your local DMV to apply for license reinstatement.

Choose a Rock Hill DUI lawyer who will work diligently on all aspects of your case. Call the Law Offices of Michael L. Brown, Jr. today.

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