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What You Need to Know About License Reinstatement in South Dakota

Jeff Cole
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Partner at Zimmer, Duncan & Cole

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11/1/2013
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If your license was suspended after a DUI, we understand how eager you might be to get your driving privileges back so that you can get where you need to go and move on with your life. Although each case is unique, here are some basic things you should know about getting your license back after a DUI offense in South Dakota:  

  • You will need to pay any application and South Dakota license reinstatement fees. All of the fees associated with the license reinstatement are your responsibility. To find out how much this will be, you can talk with your attorney or contact the DMV.
  • You may be required to take vision tests, written tests, or driving tests. When you apply for a license reinstatement in South Dakota, you may be asked to re-take some or all of the required testing.
  • You must have proof of insurance. In order to show proof of insurance, you will have to file a SR-22 form—even if you do not own a vehicle. An experienced DUI attorney can answer any questions you have about the SR-22 requirements and explain more. Unfortunately, this may be a difficult step, as your insurance company may raise your premiums dramatically or cancel your policy after a DUI. 

To find out more, or for help getting your license back after a DUI offense, reach out to the experienced Sioux Falls criminal defense attorneys with Zimmer, Duncan, and Cole, LLP, today. You can reach us at 888-733-2992 or by filling out the confidential online contact form on this page.



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