There are many reasons why you may not have driving privileges. Amy Rademaker specializes in the firm to assist you to restore your driving privileges. One of the first steps to restoring your privileges is to understand why you were revoked, which requires you to obtain a copy of your driving record. You may obtain a form to request the record through the Internet at www.michigan.gov/sos. The form number is BDVR-153. Ms. Rademaker can obtain the information, but it speeds up the consultation if you already have a complete copy of your record.
If you lost your license because of multiple drunk driving convictions, the Secretary of State requires that you have "proof" of your sobriety for at least six months. Typically, the Secretary of State requires longer periods of sobriety. You will need to obtain an alcohol assessment, obtain letters of support from family, friends, co-workers, etc. There are many rules to follow to prepare the documents and the client for a proper presentation to the Secretary of State. Too often, clients try the process alone to find out they had inadequate proofs or had no idea of the questions they were to be asked. You only have one time a year to have the hearing, so it is imperative all your documents and you are well prepared.
The restoration process is slow. But you will never have a valid license in Michigan until you succeed in the restoration process. Your first step is to schedule a free consultation to determine what needs to be done and you are well on your way.