Statutory Reference: § 5-65-103
Suspension periods for DWI/BWI Drugs offenses are as follows:
- 1st offense = 6 months suspension.
- 2nd offense = 24-month suspension (if 2nd offense was within a 5-year time span).
- 3rd offense = 30-months suspension (if 3rd offense was within a 5-year time span).
- 4th offense = 4-year revocation (if 4th offense was within a 5-year time span).
Statutory Reference: § 5-65-205
DWI/BWI “Drugs” related administrative convictions require the following state statute requirements be completed before the licensee may be reinstated:
- Individual must complete a state sanctioned Drug and Alcohol Education or treatment program. They must submit the “original” signed completion certificate to Driver Control.
- Individual must attend a Victim Impact Panel class and submit a completion certificate to Driver Control.
- Individual must pay a $150 reinstatement fee. Payments may be made in person at any State Revenue Office, by mail or online at mydmv.arkansas.gov.
- Licensee may be eligible for a restricted driving permit based on certain criteria guidelines. A Driver Control Hearing Officer will make the determination.
- Individual with a “Revoked” license status will be required to pass all phases of the Arkansas Driver’s License Exam.
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