Nobody ever anticipates compromising their driving privileges. Receiving a license suspension or having your driving privileges revoked not only affects your driving record, but inconveniences your everyday life. Get tips for how to handle a Kansas or Missouri license suspension or revocation.
To determine the best way to protect your driving privileges, understanding the offense is key. Having this information can be especially useful when filing for a license reinstatement.
Upon a receiving a license suspension or revocation, knowing your options is important. You may be eligible for limited driving privileges in MO or restricted driving privileges in KS.
There's no convenient time to lose your license. Call Kitchin Law Firm to get the backing you need to protect your driving privileges.
If you receive a license denial for five or ten years, this will directly affect your Missouri driving privileges. However, you may be eligible for Missouri’s Limited Driving Privilege (“Hardship License” or “LDP”). This option will allow you to drive to specific, pre-approved locations. There are two ways to apply for Limited Driving Privilege for a license suspension, revocation or denial.
First option, you may choose to submit a Limited Driving Privilege form directly to the Missouri Department of revenue to be processed.
Second option, you can hire a traffic attorney who will file a petition with the circuit court. Contact Kitchin Law Firm to learn more today!
If you get arrested and charged with DUI in Kansas or DWI in Missouri, the arresting officer will do two things. First, the officer will seize your driver’s license. Secondly, they will give you a form that explains you will receive an automatic license suspension if you do not request an administrative hearing, and what steps you need to take to timely make the request.
Read more about Kansas and Missouri License Administrative Hearings.