Hardship License After 5 / 10 Year or Life Revocation

Was your license recently revoked for 5 or even 10 years as a Habitual Traffic Offender or for multiple DUI charges? Was your license suspended for life? Unfortunately, if you have answered yes to one of these questions, you have had a rough couple of years. Hopefully, the worst is behind you.

What many people do not realize is that they may be eligible for a hardship license prior to the revocation expiring. This hardship permit could allow you to drive to work, or even handle your day-to-day affairs like trips to the doctor or Church. After a five year revocation, you may be eligible for a permit after only one year. On a ten year revocation, you may be eligible after two years. For a life time revocation, you may be eligible after just five years.

There are many things you must do in order to become eligible for a hardship permit. At Taracks & Associates we have helped thousands of people obtain hardship permits. We are experienced in the process and will help you prepare for the hearing, gather your documentation, set the hearing, and even help guide you through the process you must go through after receiving your permit.

We know that being able to drive is of the utmost importance to you. A hardship permit will help your career and get you back on your feet. Call us today at 813-281-2897 for a free consultation to determine whether or not you are eligible. Our firm has three former prosecutors on staff who know how the system works and are ready to help you get back behind the wheel. We cover all counties in the greater Tampa Bay Area. Taracks & Associates – 813-281-2897 – The Advocate For You.

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