When attempting to get your Missouri driver’s license reinstated, the first thing you must do is find out why your license was suspended, revoked, or denied. Once you know why your license was suspended, you will be able to determine what you have to do to get your license reinstated.
How to Find Out What’s on Your Driving Record
You can call the Missouri Department of Revenue at (573) 526-2407 ext. 2 to find out what kind of violations are on your driving record. To find out how to get your license reinstated, call that same number and press ext. 1.
Different reinstatement requirements will apply, depending on the reason for your suspension or revocation.
EXAMPLE: If you lost your license because you refused to take a drug or alcohol test, you would have to provide the Driver License Bureau with proof that you have insurance (you must file an SR-22 form), pay a $45 fee, and provide proof that you have completed a SATOP (Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program) class before your license will be reinstated.
For more information, go to the following Missouri Department of Revenue web page to read more about Missouri driver’s license reinstatement requirements.
If your Missouri driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, call St. Louis traffic lawyer Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 to discuss your case, or send Andrea an email using the email form on the Home page.