Suspensions and Revocations
How are convictions reported?
- After a conviction of a traffic offense, the court will forward notice of that conviction to DDS. The conviction information will be placed on the driver's driving record by DDS and additional penalties will be imposed, if applicable. Some offenses can result in the loss of your driving privileges.
Where can I find information on convictions reported and consequences to my license?
- If you have been convicted of one or more offenses, that can impact your driving record, we recommend you view your individual record. Click on the REINSTATE ONLINE link below or download the DDS 2 GO Mobile App to see how your driving record has been impacted by an offense. You must log in or create an account to access your information. Please allow some time for the courts to provide the information to DDS. You can also view your license status, suspensions, points, and more using these services. Step-by-step instructions are provided to reinstate your license if it has been suspended.
My license has been suspended, can I still drive?
- In some situations, a limited driving permit may be available for a fee during the suspension period. The permit restricts the places and purposes that you are allowed to drive. See Limited Permit for more information.