If you receive an order from your DMV saying your license or *driving privilege is revoked, this means your license has been cancelled and you must wait until you revocation period ends before you can apply for a new one
- In most cases, before you can get a new license you must first request approval from the DMV when the revocation period has ended
- You may be required to take the written and driving tests again and pay a license reapplication fee
- Your application may be denied if you have a high risk driving record or fail to meet DMV requirements
- You may also need to pay a civil penalty before your license or driving privilege can be restored
A FORMER PROSECUTOR has intimate knowledge of the steps necessary to avoid having your driving privileges revoked, and can best guide you should you face this consequence
*Driving privilege is your legal authority to drive in a state other than the state that issued the license in question. If you have a driver license issued from another state, it may still be valid to drive in other states.