If you have had your driver’s license suspended for a Georgia DUI charge, you may be eligible for an Temporary Driving Permit, also known as a Work Permit, or Georgia hardship license. This specific type of license allows you to drive while your regular license is suspended as long as you adhere to certain rules. Call Matt Hube right now for assistance from a Stateboro DUI attorney in getting a Temporary Driving Permit.
After your license has been suspended because of a DUI in Georgia, you might be able to apply for a Temporary Driving Permit. This permit will limit the amount of hours you can drive, it will restore most of your driving privileges. The Temporary Driving Permit (hardship license) will have very specific limitations on when and where you are able to drive. For example, to and from school or work, to obtain medical care, and to attend support groups, such as DUI school and AA. Your eligibility for a Georgia hardship license is based on how many DUI convictions you have and for what purposes you are looking to have the license.
If you have experienced your license being suspended because of a Georgia DUI, you may have to either wait until the suspension passes or you receive a Temporary Work Permit because you complied with all of the applicable requirements. If you do not have a hardship license and are stopped by the police while your license is suspended, you will receive a charge of driving with a suspended license, which could jeopardize you obtaining a Temporary Driving Permit. Call Statesboro DUI attorney Matt Hube as soon as you can to discuss your options and how you can get a Georgia Temporary Driving Permit.