If you want reinstate your driver's license after a Virginia DUI, you'll need to complete the necessary steps that the court has laid out for you. If you don't know what these steps are, you must contact your local DMV and ask them for your Compliance Summary.

Your Compliance Summary will tell you what you must do to reinstate your driver's license. These are the rules established by a judge in your Virginia DUI trial and might include paying your fines, attending an Alcohol Safety Action Program, and submitting an SR-22 form to the DMV.

Once you have completed the necessary steps, you will need to take an applicable road skills test, and provide a court order allowing restricted driving privileges. If you need to obtain a new driver's license after your driving privileges are reinstated, you can do so by visiting a DMV customer service center.

For help obtaining your Compliance Summary, and meeting the necessary requirements, you can get the professional help of a Virginia DUI defense attorney. An attorney can go over the details of your Compliance Summary, and make sure you complete the necessary steps to reinstate your license.

If your driver's license has been suspended after a Virginia DUI, you may want to know what steps to take to reinstate your license. To learn more, read our article How Do I Reinstate My License After a DUI in Virginia? 

Virginia DUI defense attorney Bob Battle has the experience and ability to help his clients use the court's errors to mount a successful DUI defense. To learn more about Virginia DUI, get a free copy of Bob Battle's consumer guide, How to Choose a DUI Lawyer in Virginia. Or, contact 804-673-5600 to schedule your legal consultation today.

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