Where may I obtain a Tennessee Restricted Driver’s License?

In order to apply for a Tennessee Restricted Driver’s License, it is important to go to the correct Tennessee Department of Safety location. Not every Driver Service Center in Tennessee is authorized to issue a Restricted Driver’s License. For example, Knoxville has several Driver Service Center locations but only one (located at **Strawberry Plains) can process the appropriate paperwork to obtain a Restricted Driver’s License and has the ability to issue a temporary Restricted Driver’s License, valid for 90 days.

A helpful online tool is provided by the Department of Safety in order to save you time and effort when attempting to find which Driver Service Center location will issue a Restricted Driver’s License. This link will allow for you to search and determine which Driver Service Center in your area can issue a Restricted Driver’s License or fulfill other needs you may have (i.e.: Renew a Driver’s License, Take a Road Driving Test, etc.).

If you are in need of a Tennessee Restricted Driver’s License, many important steps and procedures are required. The attorneys at Oberman & Rice can assist you in the process of obtaining a Restricted Driver’s License. For more information regarding a Restricted Driver’s License and the requirements for obtaining a Restricted Driver’s License the lawyers at Oberman & Rice are available by calling (865) 249-7200. You may also wish to visit www.tndui.com for more information about a Restricted Driver’s License.

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  1. #1 by Nathan Dishner - September 3rd, 2016 at 12:21

    I had a dui conviction in 2009.I really need a restricted license to drive to work and to church and probation.I live in Kingsport,TN.How do I obtain a restricted license so I can get back and forth to work??

  2. #2 by shaun davis - January 3rd, 2019 at 10:37

    Moving to tennessee. License suspended in nc. I have served one year suspension. Can I get restricted?

  3. #3 by Steve Oberman - October 11th, 2020 at 13:55

    Thank you for reaching out to Oberman and Rice with your question about whether you will have to take another test when you apply to reinstate your driver license. Due to ever-changing regulations at the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security, we do not provide such answers unless we are retained and research the current requirements. If you prefer, you may contact the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security at ‭(615) 251-5166‬. I am certain they will be pleased to answer your question.

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