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Driver's License Cannot Be Suspended For Non-Payment of Traffic Fines

A federal judge has enjoined the Michigan Secretary of State from suspending drivers' licenses for failure to pay fines related to traffic tickets; for now anyway.As should be the case, Michigan takes driving privileges very seriously. If you neglect to … Continue reading

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How to Win a Michigan Driver's License Restoration Appeal Without Being Involved in AA – Part 1

Can a person win back their Michigan Driver's License without going to AA? This article will address this question, and explain why the answer is not only "yes," but also how and why the majority of the License Appeals I … Continue reading

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How to Clear up a Michigan Hold on Your Driver's License and Get a License in Another State – Part 2

In Part 1 of this article, we began examining the process by which someone who has moved out of Michigan, but has a Michigan "hold" on their Driving Record goes about obtaining a "Clearance," which releases that hold. We observed … Continue reading

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My driver's license was punched because of my DUI arrest – can I drive?

Yes, as long as you were not suspended for anything else at the time of your arrest for DUI or Physical Control. In Washington State your license is still valid for 60 days from the date of your arrest. However,… … Continue reading

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Driver's License Restoration – Michigan Issues only, Please…

Almost all of the articles in the Driver's License Restoration section of my blog examine some aspect or aspects of the License Appeal process. It seems that lately, however, and perhaps because of the sheer number of those articles, some … Continue reading

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