Application for Restricted Driver License Financial Responsibility Actions DL 691
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If your driver license is suspended because you had a motor vehicle accident and you were not insured, you may be eligible to obtain a noncommercial restricted driver license during the mandatory one-year suspension period. If you have a commercial class A, B, or C license, Federal Regulations state you are not eligible for any of the following restrictions. However, if you downgrade to a noncommercial Class C or M driver license, you may obtain any or all of the restrictions noted below if you:
- pay a $250 financial responsibility penalty fee and
- pay the reissue fee and
- file proof of financial responsibility (SR 22) with DMV
The restrictions are:
- Driving to and from work, and during work, and/or
- Driving yourself or other family members to obtain medical care for any serious medical problem, and/or
- Driving your minor dependent to and from school if no public or school bus transportation is available.
If you choose to wait until the mandatory one-year suspension period has passed, you may reapply for an unrestricted driver license after you pay the reissue fee and file proof of financial responsibility (SR 22) with DMV.
- Application for Non-Commercial Restricted Driver License for Financial Responsibility Actions DL 691 (PDF)