Provisional License

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Definition of Provisional License

Drivers who are arrested and charged with a driving offense may have their license suspended. The court may, under certain conditions, grant the driver a provisional license. The provisional license is granted for the express purpose of allowing the driver to go to work, go to school or go to necessary appointments. Drivers arrested for DUI are often granted a provisional license, unless their BAC or blood alcohol concentration was high when they were arrested. Other states will not grant a provisional license if the driver refused to take a BAC. If you have been arrested for DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol) or if you have been involved in a car accident and have had your license suspended, contact a car accident lawyer. A car accident lawyer may be able to help you get a provisional license. Some states are more likely to grant a provisional license to drivers charged with DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol) if the driver has entered an alcohol education course. . Drivers may have their provisional license revoked for any type of moving traffic violation.

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