How long does a suspended license last

How long does a driving suspension last?

The suspension period imposed for exceeding the demerit point limit will normally continue for 12 months. Drivers must make the election before this period begins. This 12-month Suspension Period/Good Behaviour Licence is strictly enforced.

What happens after your license is suspended?

Once you have served the period of your suspension, you will not automatically get your license back until you pay all fines. You’ll also have to pay a reinstatement fee, a restoration fee, and possibly a service fee.

How do I reinstate my suspended license in Michigan?

To get your license back, you must pay all the fines you owe. You must also pay the $125 reinstatement fee to get your license back. You may need to request a hearing from the SOS before you can get your license back. You can use the Request for Hearing form from the Michigan Department of State.

How do I get my license back after suspension in Ohio?

Driving privileges are suspended for a period of six months and requires a $40 reinstatement fee. Mail reinstatement fees to: Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Attn: PO BOX 16520, Columbus, OH 43216-6520. You may request an administrative hearing by writing to the BMV within 30 days of the date of the suspension notice.