What are the drivers license reinstatement requirements for a IL suspended license? Illinois

To reinstate a suspended license in Illinois – or reapply if you have a canceled or revoked license – you must:

  • Meet each of the requirements of your suspension or revocation period. These requirements will depend on the reason for your suspended or revoked license. For example, you might have to show proof of insurance, complete a drug or alcohol program, or simply wait until a specific suspension term is over. It all depends on your offense.
  • Pay the license reinstatement fee. Reinstatement fees range from around $70-$500, and the fee you pay depends on the reason for your drivers license was suspended or revoked.
If you’re not sure about the conditions and requirements of your suspension or revocation, contact your attorney (if you had one), the local court, your formal or informal hearing officer, or your local SOS office.

Reinstating Your IL Driver License

Once you’ve met the requirements of your suspension or revocation and are ready to pay your reinstatement fee, contact your local SOS office to find out your next move.

Depending on your offense, reinstating your license might be a matter of simply providing certain documents, proof you met your requirements, and the reinstatement fee, or you might need to schedule a hearing with a formal or informal hearing officer.

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