You will need to contact the Arkansas Office of Driver Services, a part of the AR Department of Finance and Administration (DFA), to find out specifically how to reinstate your license since it can vary due to the reason for the driver's license suspension.
A few of the reasons that AR will suspend your license is if you have accumulated too many administrative points, been involved in a serious accident or were arrested for a DUI.
In general the court in Arkansas will decide when you can apply for reinstatement of your driver's license at the time of your conviction for the offending charge you were convicted of. A suspension can last from a number of days to months. You can expect to spend money on special liability insurance (SR-22), fines and reinstatement fees.
As an example of what may be required of you to reinstate your license, the Arkansas DFA notes that before a person's license is reinstated after a DUI license suspension they must complete an approved alcohol rehabilitation program and pay a $150.00 reinstatement fee.
If you are required to carry a SR-22 filing as part of your license reinstatement then you can come to us for a car insurance policy that will fulfill our needs.