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Occupational Driver's License

If your license was suspended, but you need to drive....
you can ask the court for occupational driver's license if:

  • You do not have access to public transportation, and

  • You need to drive to work or school or for essential household duties.


Si suspendieron su licencia pero necesita manejar...

puede pedir a la corte que le dé una licencia de manejar ocupacional si:

  • No tiene acceso a transporte público, y

  • Necesita manejar al trabajo, a la escuela, o para cumplir deberes esenciales del hogar.

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5/14/2010

 
 
 

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