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Notice Information

 

​Notices have a code for your cancellation, revocation or suspension action, as shown in the excerpt below:

Diagram of a Suspension Notice

You can use this code to look up the reinstatement requirements for your code.
 
The fee to reinstate your driver license is $75.
 
For more information about reinstating your driver license or a certain requirement, click on the links below:

​Contact the agency ordering your suspension to get a clearance before reinstating your driving privileges. An example of an agency listing is shown in the excerpt below:

Diagram showing how to find the agency issuing the order.
You can look up the contact information for Oregon courts.

You can stop a suspension before it begins and avoid a reinstatement fee if we get a clearance notice before the effective date of the suspension.

Replacement License

You will need to apply for a replacement license at a DMV office.

Find out more information about replacing a driver license

Renewal License

If your driver license expires during your suspension, you may apply for renewal once you reinstate your driving privileges, as long as you do it within one year of the expiration date.

You will need to get an original license if any of the following are true:

  • Your license expired more than a year ago;
  • DMV revoked your driving privileges; or
  • You’ve never had an Oregon Driver License.

For more information about requirements for a driver license, click on the links below:

You cannot get a driver license if another state has revoked or suspended your driving privileges.

Hardship Permit

If your notice includes information about a hardship permit, you may be able to have driving privileges for work and for medical, alcohol or drug treatment. If your notice doesn’t include hardship permit information, you can’t drive during your suspension.

Find out more information  about hardship permits and how to apply.

Administrative Review or Hearing

If you decide to appeal the cancelation, revocation, or suspension, follow the instructions on your notice. 

Note: You may submit your request for an administrative review or hearing online.
  • Administrative Hearing - The notice you received from DMV will tell you if you have the right to an administrative hearing.
  • Implied Consent Hearing - If you have received an Implied Consent Combined Report, you are entitled to a hearing.

 

Frequently Asked Questions
 

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