Restoration of Driving Privileges


Any person declared to be a habitual offender or whose license to operate a motor vehicle has been revoked in the Commonwealth of Virginia may, after expiration of the applicable statutory period, petition the court in which he or she was found to be a habitual offender or the circuit court of the county in which he or she resides to restore his or her privilege to drive a motor vehicle in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

NOTE: These procedures apply only to persons previously declared a Habitual Offender and/or to persons convicted of a Third Offense Driving While Intoxicated.


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