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ODPS Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles Driver License Suspension & Reinstatement

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Probationary License Suspension (P2) 2 Violations

Ohio Revised Code Section 4510.31 (c)

Cause
          • Convicted of, pleaded guilty to or been adjudicated in juvenile court of having committed two separate moving violations under Section 4510.31 (A)(1) prior to the person's eighteenth birthday. *2nd conviction must have an offense date greater than 12/31/98.

Length of Revocation
          • 90 days

Appeal Procedures
          • A youth may appeal for limited driving privileges to the court in which the second conviction was received. If driving privileges are granted the court will issue a permit indicating the dates the limited privileges are in effect and the times and places at which the person may drive.

Reinstatement Requirements
          • Serve the suspension period
          • At the end of the suspension period, complete a Juvenile Driver Improvement Program, and retake the complete driver license examination
          • Apply for a temporary permit packet at your nearest Driver License Exam Station taking the necessary acceptable documents with you for proof of your date of birth and Social Security number
          • Payment of reinstatement fee

Suspension Action Taken You Have the Right to an Administrative Hearing
          • You are entitled to an Administrative Hearing on this matter;
          • Your request for a hearing must be made to this Bureau within 30 days of the mailing date of the notice;
          • After the request is made, you will be notified of the time and place of the hearing. You may appear in person, or you may be represented by an Attorney;
          • The scope of the hearing is to present evidence and examine witnesses that can show cause why your driving privileges should not be suspended;
          • After the Administrative Hearing, the Hearing Office will send a recommendation to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. You will be notified by mail of the decision.