Q: How can I get my license back I was pulled over vehicle taken about two years ago changed my life since job family
I need to get LIC back to go to work even if payment plan small I have proof I moved was stranded in California never received noticed didn't know warrant existed help
A: The answer is fairly simple however the process can be complicated. Essentially, you have to contact the MVD and have them provide you a copy of your driving record. You can typically do this online or in person. Then, on the report you will be able to see which court, if any, have a hold on your record. The record is completed to decipher so sometimes it is easier to go in person to have MVD explain it to you. Once you find out which court to go to, you will have to do whatever the court wants. For most people, there is a warrant for some kind of missed payment. The court will put you on a payment plan and then you can go back to MVD and have them remove the hold on your record. You will have to pay the reinstatement MVD fee but you will get your license back.
SEE simple answer...it's just a complicated process. If you have anything more complicated, feel free to contact us directly for a free consultation. Zach@Divellaw.com or 480-935-6545.
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