How much does it cost for license reinstatement?

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Each state, as the grid shows below, mandates different license reinstatement fees. Most fees vary depending on the nature of the suspended license. Insurance-related suspensions, for instance, are usually higher than traffic-ticket suspensions. But again, it depends on your state, which should inform you of your exact reinstatement fee.   

Getting a drivers license reinstated requires more than just paying a reinstatement fee. For exact requirements, contact your local DMV office.

Alabama $100 to $275 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Alaska $100 to $500 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Arizona $10 to $200 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Arkansas $150
California $500 for alcohol-related suspension.
Colorado $95
Connecticut $125 for alcohol-related suspension.
Delaware $25
Florida $35 to $500 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Georgia $200 to $410 for alcohol-related suspensions; $200 to $310 for insurance-related suspensions.
Hawaii $50
Idaho $15 to $180 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Illinois $70 to $250 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Indiana $150 to $300
Iowa $20
Kansas At least $100 for alcohol-related suspension.
Kentucky $40
Louisiana $50 to $300 for alcohol-related suspension; $50 to $500 for insurance-related suspension.
Maine $50
Maryland $45 to $75 depending on the circumstances of the suspension.
Massachusetts $100 to $1,200 depending on the circumstances of the suspension.
Michigan $125 to $250 depending on the circumstances of the suspension.
Minnesota $250 reinstatement fee + $430 surcharge + $24 application fee = $704
Mississippi $100
Missouri $20 for suspension resulting from excessive tickets; $65 alcohol-related suspension.
Montana $200
Nebraska $50 for ticket-related suspension; $125 for alcohol-related suspension; $50 for insurance-related suspension.
Nevada $65 alcohol-related suspension; $250 insurance-related suspension.
New Hampshire $100 insurance-related suspension; $50 alcohol-related suspension.
New Jersey $100
New Mexico $25 to $100 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
New York $25 to $100 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
North Carolina $50 to $75 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
North Dakota $50 to $100 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Ohio $30 to $550 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension
Oklahoma $100 to $350 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension
Oregon $75
Pennsylvania $25 to $100 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension
Rhode Island $75
South Carolina $100 to $200 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension
South Dakota $50
Tennessee Fees vary widely, but begin at $20
Texas $100 to $125 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension
Utah $30 to $65 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Vermont $65
Virginia $45 to $160 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
Washington $75 to $150 depending on the circumstances behind the suspension.
West Virginia $50 for alcohol-related suspension; $100 for insurance-related suspension.
Wisconsin $50
Wyoming $50
Washington DC $98

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