Restricted License Form for Tennessee DUI


If convicted of a Tennessee DUI offense, or a similar crime in another state, a Tennessee licensee may be eligible to obtain a restricted driver’s license to allow the person to drive during, at least a portion of, the driver’s license revocation period.  One should consult with an attorney in the appropriate county–either the Tennessee county where the DUI offense occurred or the person’s Tennessee county of residence–to obtain an Order for restricted driving privileges.  A copy of this Order can be viewed by clicking here.

Additional information about eligibility for a Tennessee restricted driver’s license, as well as the requirements for obtaining such a license, can be found on the Tennessee Department of Safety’s website by clicking here.  The attorneys at the Oberman & Rice law firm are also available to assist you in obtaining a Tennessee restricted driver’s license.  You may reach Steve Oberman, Sara Compher-Rice or Nate Evans by calling (865) 249-7200.

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  1. #1 by Regina Ellison - December 15th, 2016 at 04:54

    Do you have to have a dui in Tennessee to get a hard ship license

  2. #2 by Steve Oberman - September 2nd, 2017 at 11:13

    There are a number of factors that must be taken into consideration to answer your question accurately. I suggest you contact a lawyer at Oberman & Rice, Trial Lawyers, or another lawyer in Tennessee to assist you.

    Steve Oberman, Board Certified in the specialty area of DUI Defense by the National College for DUI Defense. You may contact me at 865–249–7200 or through http://www.tndui.com.

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