Multiple convictions of alcohol related offenses in Missouri will result in a denial of driving privileges for a five (5) or ten (10) year period. While there are many nuances to the law, Missouri statutes essentially state:
After the respective denial period, either five years or ten years, driving privileges may be restored by court order only. In a ten-year denial, the driver must obtain an order of reinstatement from the circuit court in the county where the last conviction occurred after serving the ten-year period. However, a person may be able to gain driving privileges sooner by obtaining a Limited Driving Privilege through the court, often called a "Hardship" license.
After serving at least two years of the five-year denial, you may be eligible to apply for a Limited Driving Privilege through the court.
After serving at least three years of the ten-year denial, you may be eligible to apply for a Limited Driving Privilege through the court.
Driving privileges may be reinstated after the suspension or revocation period is served, provided all requirements are filed with the Missouri Department of Revenue. Drivers not satisfying the reinstatement requirements of the State will continue to have their driving privileges suspended or revoked.
If driving privileges were suspended or revoked for points assessed resulting from an alcohol related conviction, the driver must meet the following requirements to have privileges reinstated:
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