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Suspended Licenses

In order to legally drive in the state of Alabama, a motorist is required to adhere to the rules of the road at all times. Failure to drive safely and responsibly will result in a drivers license suspension.

Common Reasons for Drivers License Suspension

Although there are various instances that may cause the suspension of your license, the most common scenarios include the following:

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency employs a point system for state drivers. A driving license is suspended if there is an accumulation of points within a certain period. For example, if you have between 12 to 14 points within a two-year period, you will be issued a suspended driving license for 60 days.

Some offenses that may result in points against your license include:

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License in Person

In the event that you have a suspended drivers license, you will receive a notification from the Driver License Division in the mail. A notice will be sent to the address that you have on file. A driver is entitled to request an administrative hearing in writing by sending a letter with your full name, drivers license number and date of birth to:

Driver License Unit

P.O. Box 1471

Montgomery, AL 36102 - 1471

The steps to get your drivers license reinstated will depend on the type of offense you committed. To have your driving privileges restored, a suspended driver is required to submit reinstatement fees and abide by the rules of his or her suspension notice.

For more information about reinstating suspended drivers licenses, contact a driving licensing reinstatement office in your area: