Getting back your driving privileges will depend on your offense and the state laws or regulations of the state where your driver’s license was suspended or revoked. If you have a suspended license due to things such as unpaid tickets (in or out of state), then it might be as simple as paying the fines and fees for these offenses and then requesting your license back.

If, instead, your license was taken away due to a DUI, state laws might require you to take an alcohol or drug class, pay fines and get an SR-22 or items of this nature. If you have too many points on your license and so it was revoked or suspended, see if taking a driving improvement class might allow you to get your license reinstated.

For specific information on how to get your driver’s license back, contact the Department of Motor Vehicles, or a similar agency, in your state. Once you have your license back, if you need to acquire insurance for your vehicle, you can get free car insurance quotes here with us.

Michelle Megna contributed to this story.

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Prachi is an insurance writer with a master’s degree in business administration. Through her writing, she hopes to help readers make smart and informed decisions about their finances. She loves to travel and write poetry.