Once your license is administratively suspended, either because you did not request an administrative hearing within ten days of your arrest, or because you went to an administrative hearing and lost your case, you generally can obtain a 30-day permit that will enable you to drive to and from work.
You can then apply for early reinstatement of your driver’s license if you complete an approved DUI education program and pay a reinstatement fee. Once you have a second DUI conviction, however, you can no longer get a limited driving permit.
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