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DUI Restricted License Requirements for a North County DUI

A DUI restricted license for a North County DUI or California DUI, requires you go to the DMV, have no other active suspensions, have your insurance company file an SR-22 with DMV, have the DUI program file proof of enrollment in the program and pay $125 reinstatement fee to DMV.  If you lost your license from DMV for being .08 Blood Alcohol (B.A.) level or more, you have a 4 month suspension which can be converted to a one month suspension and 5 month restriction after the one month license suspension is served.

Is a DUI Restricted License Available for a First Offense?

A DUI restricted license for a first offense is available for drivers age 21 or more.  There are two suspensions that occurr with most "driving under the influence" cases.  There is one triggered by a conviction for either VC 23152(a) driving while affected, or VC 23152(b) driving with .08 B.A. or more.  The other is the DMV pink sheet suspension as a result of being .08 blood alcohol level or more regardless of Court proceedings.  The DUI restricted license is available in both cases in most situations.

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