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A hardship permit is available for some driver license suspensions.
A probationary permit is available for a driver revoked as a habitual offender.
The hardship and probationary permits allow you to drive a non-commercial motor vehicle only.
These permits let you drive:
If your license was suspended for an uninsured accident or for a minor in possession conviction and no other reason, you may be able to get a hardship permit to drive for basic family needs, such as:
You cannot get a hardship or probationary permit if any of the following apply:
To make sure you are eligible, contact DMV at 503-945-5000.
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