Second-Time DUI Offender Must be Granted Restricted License after 90 Days of Actual Suspension.

There is a prevailing ignorance that on a second-time DUI, the driver cannot drive for a whole year.  This is just not true.  After 90 days, one can go to the DMV and apply for a restricted driver’s license, provided he or she shows proof of insurance in the form of an SR-22 from one’s insurance company, one shows enrollment in an alcohol awareness program (an SB-38 program) and one pays a license re-issue fee.  Click on the following article to read more.

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