Florida Statute Section 322.27(5) states that any Florida driver that qualifies as a Habitual Traffic Offender shall have his or her license suspended for five years at minimum. However, Jacksonville Florida drivers may be able to obtain a Florida Hardship Driver’s License after one year of revocation according to Florida Statute Section 322.271. The Florida Habitual Traffic Offender will need to petition the department of motor vehicles in Jacksonville, Florida. The Jacksonville Department of Motor Vehicles will hold a hearing to determine if a Florida Hardship Driver’s License will be issued.
In order to obtain a Florida Hardship Driver’s License in Jacksonville, Florida, the Habitual Traffic Offender must complete the Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) Course. If the driver’s license suspension was due to an incident involving alcohol, the Florida Habitual Traffic Offender will be required to attend the required Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Course.
To learn more about obtaining a Jacksonville Florida Hardship Driver’s License, contact a Jacksonville Florida Driver’s License Attorney.