What is a restoration fee to reinstate driving privileges?

Revoked License Restoration

Each state has different suspended license reinstatement fees. Some charge one flat fee, while others base rates on the violation and whether it's a repeat offense. 

Payment, of course, is just one of several steps you must take for reinstating a driver license. For the exact requirements in your state, including drivers license applications and where to submit, contact your local DMV office.    

Alabama Fees range from $50 to $275.
Alaska Fees range from $100 to $500.
Arizona Fees range from $10 to $200.
Arkansas $150
California $125
Colorado $95
Connecticut $125
Delaware $25
Florida Depending on violation fees range from $45 to $75.
Georgia DUI reinstatement fee: $200; fees vary with violations.
Hawaii $50
Idaho Fees range from $15 to $180.
Illinois Depending on violation: $70, $250 or $500.
Indiana Fees range from $100 to $300.
Iowa $200
Kansas Fees range from $100 to $1,000.
Kentucky $40
Louisiana $40
Maine $30
Maryland Fees start at $45.
Massachusetts Fees range from $100 to $1,200.
Michigan Fees range from $125 to $250.
Minnesota Fees range from $20 to $680.
Mississippi Fees range from $10 to $75.
Missouri Fees range from $20 to $65.
Montana $100
Nebraska $50
Nevada DUI reinstatement fee: $120; fees vary with violation.
New Hampshire $100
New Jersey $100
New Mexico $100
New York $50
North Carolina Fees range from $50 to $75.
North Dakota Fees range from $50 to $100.
Ohio Fees range from $30 to $600.
Oklahoma No insurance reinstatement $350; fees vary with violation.
Oregon $75
Pennsylvania Fees range from $50 to $100.
Rhode Island Fees range from $151.50 to $351.50.
South Carolina $100
South Dakota Fees range from $50 to $200.
Tennessee Fees range from $65 to $400.
Texas Fees range from $100 to $125.
Utah Fees range from $25 to $150.
Vermont $71
Virginia Fees range from $45 to $160.
Washington $150
West Virginia $50
Wisconsin $60
Wyoming $50
Washington DC $98

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