Reinstating a suspended license in Kyle TX is one of the primary types of cases we focus on providing. Having a suspended license is an inconvenience that few can afford. Whether you have an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) suspension or a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) suspension, we can help you with reinstating a suspended license in Kyle TX.
DPS License Suspension
It is to your advantage to contact us for legal assistance in reinstating a suspended license in Kyle TX. If you are notified by DPS that your Texas driver’s license has been revoked or suspended. The document sent to you is called an “enforcement notification.” It is extremely important that you always keep your correct address updated on your driver’s license, to ensure that you receive these types of notifications. You can check the website for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to ensure that your address in the system is correct.
There are specific requirements you may be able to satisfy and reinstatement fees that you can pay that may restore your driving privileges.
The following are a few of the reasons you may need assistance for reinstating a suspended license in Kyle TX:
- Traffic tickets have been issued to you by police officers for multiple violations.
- A physician has deemed you unable to drive.
- You have been charged with either BUI or DUI, violations of driving either a boat or a car while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- You have been involved in a traffic collision that resulted in death or injury or at least $1,000 in property damage when you had no automobile insurance coverage.
ALR License Suspension
Your license may be suspended as part of the ALR license suspension program if you are pulled over in your vehicle by a police officer on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and:
- You fail a breath test;
- You fail a blood test;
- You refuse to submit to either of the above-named tests.
If any of these circumstances result in an ALR suspension, a peace officer will confiscate your Texas driver’s license. You will also be issued a temporary driving permit good for 40 days. This is the point when you will want to hire an attorney.