- Another common requirement is to obtain an SR-22 from an insurance agency.
- If you are required to get a SR-22, you will have to have it for 3 years from the date you reinstate your license.
- If you do not maintain your SR-22 during the 3 year period, your insurance company will notify the DMV and your license will be suspended which could cause you to restart the 3 year period again.
Getting your license back.
Once you have fulfilled all of the requirements, you will be able to get your restricted license or license back.
The DMV will not notify you when the suspension period has ended, so you will have to check in with them for updates.
If you would like to get more information about your DUI case, you can contact the DMV Driver License Assessment.
You can contact the businesses listed for an Alcohol Assessment at their contact information listed below