How can you get a Limited Driving Privilege after only 10 days from the date of Revocation?


If these conditions apply to you, you must wait at least 10 days before requesting a limited driving privilege while you are waiting for your court date. You must have completed a Substance Abuse Assessment prior to applying for the limited driving privilege. Assessment fees are set by law at $50.00. You can get your assessment through any court approved agency.

When you (or your attorney) go to court for your limited driving privilege, you must bring with you a Petition for Limited Driving Privilege (Form AOC-CVR-9), a copy of your Substance Abuse Assessment performed by a court approved program, a Certified copy of a seven-year Driving History (cost $7.00), a valid DL-123 insurance form from your insurance agent (good for only 30 days; the court will accept a faxed copy) and three copies of a fully completed, typed, proposed Limited Driving Privilege.

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