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Restricted License Information

DUI (1st Offense T.C.A. 55-10-401), Child Endangerment-DUI &
Allowing an Intoxicated Person to Drive (T.C.A. 55-10-403)

  • Obtain a certified order from the court where convicted, or court in county of residence, to drive to and from person's regular place of employment, or going to and from and attending a court-ordered alcohol DUI program, or to and from school if enrolled full time in a college or university, or to a scheduled interlock monitoring appointment.
  • Obtain SR-22 from liability insurance company showing currently in effect.
  • Pay $67.00 driver license fee for class “D.”
  • Pass a driver license examination.

Must present original and one copy of court order, SR-22, and driver license fee to Driver License Examiner within 10 days of order being certified.

A restricted license cannot be issued if the DUI occurred after July 1, 2000 and applicant has been previously convicted of DUI, DUI-Child Endangerment, Allowing an Intoxicated Person to Drive, or Adult Driving While Impaired within 10 years, or Vehicular Homicide Intoxication Proximate Cause, Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, or Vehicular Assault.

DUI (2nd Offense T.C.A. 55-10-401),
May Only be Obtained After Serving 1st Year of Revocation Period

  • Obtain a certified order from the court where convicted, or court in county of residence to drive to and from person's regular place of employment, or going to and from and attending a court-ordered alcohol DUI program, or to and from school if enrolled full time in college or university, or to a scheduled interlock monitoring appointment.
  • Obtain SR-22 from liability insurance company showing currently in effect.
  • Pay $67.00 driver license fee for Class “D.”
  • Install Ignition Interlock Device.
  • Pass driver license examination.

Must present original and one copy of court order, SR-22, and driver license fee to Driver License Examiner within 10 days of order being certified.