GETTING DRIVING PRIVILEGES RESTORED

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

If you have reapplied to the Department of Motor Vehicles to have your driving privileges restored after serving a revocation period for a Driving While Intoxicated conviction and have been denied, you still have options. Changes in the DMV’s licensing guidelines have increased the penalties for motorists with multiple DUI convictions; the DMV is now free to consider your driving history within the past 25 years and, in some cases, your lifetime driving record. Contact the attorneys at Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP today to schedule an appointment to evaluate your case; whether it is appealing the denial of your licensing application or repairing your lifetime driving record, there are ways to navigate the DMV’s guidelines in order to attempt to get your driving privileges restored.