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If ordered by the court, anyone under 21 years of age may have his or her driving privilege suspended for 90 days (for a first offense) or revoked for one year (for a subsequent offense) for any one of the following reasons:

  1. Any alcohol-related traffic offense.
  2. Any offense involving the possession or use of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle.
  3. Any offense involving the possession or use of drugs.
  4. Any offense involving the alteration, modification, or misrepresentation of a driver license.
  5. A second offense involving the possession or use of alcohol by someone under 18 years of age.

If ordered by the court, anyone 21 years of age or older may have his or her driving privilege revoked for one year for possession or use of drugs while driving.

Send the following items to the Driver License Bureau, PO Box 200, Jefferson City, MO 65105-0200 before your suspension/revocation period ends.

If you have met your reinstatement requirements and are otherwise eligible, you can get your driving privilege back after your suspension period has been served. If you surrendered your license to our office and it is still valid, our staff will send the driver license back to you with your reinstatement notice.

You may be eligible for a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP). The LDP can be used for work, your alcohol program, medical treatment, school, etc.

SR-22 is a form from your insurance company that shows your motor vehicle has liability insurance. (Click here to see an example of the SR-22 form). If you do not own a motor vehicle, you must obtain non-owner's SR-22 coverage.

Suspension - SR-22 is not required.

Revocation - You must file the SR-22 form for two years from the effective date of your revocation.

You are required to retest upon reinstatement for an Abuse and Lose revocation. Testing would also be required if your driver license expired during the suspension, revocation, or denial period and has been expired for more than six months.

The law requires you to complete a SATOP for reinstatement if your driving privilege was taken away for:

  • Any alcohol-related traffic offense.
  • Any offense involving the possession or use of alcohol or drugs.
  • Any offense involving the alteration, modification, or misrepresentation of a driver license.

The Abuse and Lose action can only be removed after five years from the reinstatement date. You must submit a written request to our office requesting the Abuse and Lose action be removed.

If you still have questions, please check out other Driver Licensing FAQs.