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Suspended License

Suspended drivers licenses are not uncommon in the state of Montana. Therefore, it is important that you always pay close attention to the rules of the road and take special care to avoid breaking them. If you do not and you commit a serious violation, there is a good chance that you could end up with an MT drivers license suspension. To learn all about the different violations that could result in driving license suspensions and the process for reinstating suspended credentials, take a look at the sections below.

Common Reasons for Drivers License Suspension

There is a wide variety of offenses that lead to drivers license suspensions in Montana. Furthermore, some of these offenses are not even related to driving. Take a look at some of the most common reasons for driving license suspension in the list below:

If your MT drivers license was suspended for any of the above reasons, it is your responsibility to go through the suspended drivers license reinstatement process in Montana.

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License by Mail

The process to reinstate suspended drivers license documentation varies from driver to driver based on the seriousness of his or her offense. If he or she was convicted of driving under the influence in Montana or refusing a BAC test from a police officer, his or her suspended drivers license reinstatement process will be much more difficult than that of a motorist who simply forgot to pay traffic fines.

In any case, if your Montana driver license was suspended, you can expect to complete the following steps in order to regain driving privileges:

  1. Wait for the MT drivers license suspension period to end.
  2. Pay all fines associated with your violation.
  3. Provide proof of insurance.
  4. Complete all court-ordered traffic programs, if applicable.
  5. Install an ignition interlock device, if applicable.
  6. Pay the suspended drivers license reinstatement fee by mail.

The fee to reinstate your suspended driving license in Montana must be sent by mail in the form of a check or money order to the following address:

Motor Vehicle Division
Records and Driver Control Bureau
P.O. Box 201430
Helena MT 59620-1430

The check or money order must be made payable to the Motor Vehicle Division, and be sure to submit your MT driver license number, your name and birth date along with the payment.