Have you been involved in an accident that was your fault? Have you had two or more moving violations? Have you been convicted of a felony prior to getting your license? Have you been charged with an Alcohol or Drug related offense? Are you under the age of 18? The Juvenile Driver Improvement Program may be one of the requirements you need to get your Probationary License reinstated.
Currently under a license suspension?
If you are currently under a license suspension by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), the information provided will assist you in learning what you need to do to restore your driving privileges. The BMV will make every effort to restore your driving privileges to you upon timely receipt of our reinstatement requirements. These requirements differ depending on what type of suspension you are under.
In order to allow for the timely return of your driving privileges and to eliminate unnecessary delays, we recommend that you mail your requirements approximately 20 days before your suspension ending date. This will allow the BMV to process your reinstatement requirements and restore full driving privileges to you when the suspension has ended, provided that your driver license has not expired and there are no other suspensions in effect at that time. DO NOT SEND CASH. Please send a check or money order, made payable to the "Ohio Treasurer, Josh Mandel" to the appropriate address.
If there are BMV forms that need to be completed, the forms may be provided by your court, or downloaded from the BMV forms Web page. Also, please remember that reinstatement fees are subject to change as a result of new legislation. To verify if fees are current, please call the BMV. CONTACT US TO REGISTER
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