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Alcohol/Drug Related Limited License

Effective May 12, 2009

Original sanction period extended for a minimum of three years.

Be violation free for at least one year to be eligible for limited license.

Needed for driver license hearing:

Written verification for the person’s primary care physician that:

  • To the physician’s knowledge the person had not used any narcotic drug or other controlled substance except as prescribed by a licensed medical practitioner within the last three years;
  • The physician is not aware of any physical, emotional, or mental impairment that would affect the person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle safely;
  • A letter from the last convicting judge for a violation of a traffic law that resulted the last extension of the person’s original sanction period;
  • A letter from the employer outlining the work schedule for the person if limited driving privileges are being requested to commute to and from work; and
  • A copy of the class schedule for the person if limited driving privileges are being requested to commute to and from school

Before license is issued:

  • Clear all outstanding indefinite department actions;
  • Pay all reinstatement fees;
  • Pay licensing fees; and
  • Complete required testing