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Restricted licenses following adverse court or dmv actions

 

There are two type of restricted licenses that are available in connection with DUI related proceedings.   

After the first 30 days of suspension, there are two options for restricted licenses where the incident is a first offense, non refusal and over age 21:

 
1. VC sec. 13352.4--the person is eligible for a restricted license after a DUI court conviction.  The restriction runs six-months and allows for program and work related driving and will likely coincide with the below APS restriction) and
 
 

2. VC sec.13353.7-- eligible for a restriction after losing the .08 or above DMV hearing (called the APS hearing)--

These restrictions run concurrently to each other-- not consecutively

The above restrictions don't happen automatically.  They require the following: 1) SR22 insurance filing with DMV (contact your insurer), 2) State licensed alcohol program enrollment proof filied with DMV and 3) payment of $125 to any DMV field office.

The key: after a suspension, get legal as soon as possible to avoid being stopped for driving with a suspended license. 

 
 
 
 
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