New Driver License Rules In Effect

Ohioans who had their driver’s license suspended for certain violations may be able to have their license reinstatement fee waived, or reduced, under a new program going into effect today. The Reinstatement Fee Amnesty Initiative allows drivers six months to apply for a fee reduction or a waiver. Drivers can apply through July 31. The bureau will determine eligibility based on qualifying offenses. Offenders must have completed all court-ordered sanctions other than paying the reinstatement fees and at least 18 months must have passed since any court-ordered suspension ended. The offense cannot have involved drugs, alcohol or a deadly weapon.

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