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Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS), has some strict rules for its drivers. These rules, if not followed by the drivers can lead to a temporary or even a permanent dismissable of your Driver License.

Although scenarios, where the someone’s Driver’s License gets suspended permanently, is rarely seen, that is also a valid case.

If you have got your license permanently disbanded, then chances are you would be putting your hand in an endless swamp.

The temporary suspension of your driver license may be the result of one of the following reasons.

Failing to notify the Oklahoma Public Safty Department, about any name or address change.

Committing any Insurance law violation or

Having driving record points, above the safety level.

The DPS maintains a record of your traffic law violation instances. According to these, the department assigns a certain number of traffic points to you. Now it is not like – higher the number, the safer you are, but it is the exact opposite of this. The high scores of your Drivers License point mean that you have been continuously breaking the Oklahoma safety measures, which makes you a trouble of the DPS.

Reinstating your suspended Driver’s License:

Different procedures are to be followed for the different cause. The steps that are common for all the reasons are stated below. These steps are included for all the causes because of which you are reinstating the suspended license.

Firstly complete the mentioned time period for the temporary suspension.

Satisfy all the court documentations and pay all the pending fines and applicable court fees.

Provide the Department of Public Safety with SR22 form, for which you have to consult your insurance department. The insurance department is responsible for providing the form, you’ll have to fill in the details and submit to DPS.

Pay all the DPS licensing processing and reinstatement fees applicable.

If your license is suspended because of any insurance law violation then follow the below steps beside the primary ones;

Keep all the documentation and a proof of your current insurance policy up to date.

There is an additional 350$ fee for reinstating the suspended license.

It’s not always necessary, but you would have to mail the documents mentioned above and fee charges to the address specified in the SR22 form, or you can also post it to the main DPS office.

The address for the main DPS office is;

3600 North Martin Luther King Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK 73111

For Oklahoma DUI Suspensions candidate:

Oklahoma Department of Public Saftey, organise a BAC test for this groups of people. If you fail or refuse to give the test when arrested on suspicion of the DUI or DWI, the DPS can revoke your driver’s license permanently.

To reinstatement, you license in such a case,

Firstly, pay all the reinstatement fee.

After clearing your payment issues, complete the Drug and Alcohol Assessment.

An ignition interlock device is necessary for you to install. The device can depend on the circumstances of your DUI or DWI Offence.

Sometimes you also get a DUI court convention. The cases of getting a court convention decrease, if you co-operate with the Department staff.

If you get a court conviction, then you have to also satisfy all the court required documents and fee structures.

However, if you fail in fulfilling the court requirements, you can suffer from;

An increase in the license suspension period. The time period generally increased, depends on the number of the previous convictions that you are responsible for.

Not fulfilling the court needs can even put you in jail. It is highly recommended that court issues must be handled with utmost caution. The sentence time again depends on the number of previous convictions

On following the procedure mentioned above, you would be able to complete the instantiating process without any difficulty.

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