-If the license was suspended because of a second DUI conviction within 5 years, you must wait one year before being eligible for a hardship license.
-If the license was suspended because of a third DUI conviction within 10 years, you must wait two years before being eligible for a hardship license.
-If your license was terminated because of a fourth DUI conviction, you will not be eligible for a hardship license. A fourth DUI conviction will result in permanent revocation of a driver’s license with no possibility of obtaining a hardship license.
The DUI attorneys at Florida Law Advisers, P.A. have years of experience representing clients in both DHSMV license hearings and criminal DUI trials. A Tampa DUI Lawyer at our firm can request a hearing on your behalf, help you get a temporary hardship license while your hearing with the DMSHV is pending, and represent you throughout the DHSMV and criminal DUI hearing. The outcome of your DHSMV and criminal DUI trial will greatly affect your finances and future. We understand how important a valid driver’s license is to our clients, and we aggressively fight to help our clients get their licenses reinstated.