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Do I Qualify for Specialized Driving Privileges?

Do any of the following apply to you.

  1. I have NEVER been an Indiana resident.
  2. I am currently serving a suspension for refusal to submit to a chemical test (Breathalyzer or Blood Draw).
  3. My current suspension is a result of a court or the BMV declaring me incompetent to operate a motor vehicle.
  4. I have been convicted of a crime wherein another person was killed and that offense involved the operation of a motor vehicle.
  5. I have previously received specialized driving privileges and have more than one count of violating the terms of those specialized driving privileges.

Is your suspended license keeping you from holding a steady job?

  • Is taking the kids to and from school, or helping an ailing family member get to doctor’s appointments? If so, petitioning for Specialized Driving Privileges might give you a chance to overcome your current setbacks.

Please take a moment to review the articles below to better understand what Specialized Driving Privileges arewhether you are eligible, and the steps to take to help get your license back

If you have further questions or would like help obtaining Specialized Driving Privileges, contact an Indiana Specialized Driving Privileges attorney like Rollins Law Group at 317-558-9677 to schedule a free consultation or contact us online to make arrangements.

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