How Do I Reinstate My Tennessee Driving Privileges?


Tennessee residents who have had their driving privileges revoked or suspended because of a Driving Under the Influence conviction (or because of other traffic issues) often want to know the steps required to reinstate their Tennessee driving privileges. There is no “one-size-fits-all” answer, however, because the requirements are unique for each individual and depend on the circumstances of the revocation or suspension.

Fortunately, the State of Tennessee has made it quite easy to answer this question. By visiting the following website and entering certain key information (last name, date of birth, Tennessee driver license/I.D. number, and Social Security Number), Tennessee residents may discover the individual requirements that they need to satisfy before the Department of Safety will reinstate their driver license. This website allows individuals to not only discover the reinstatement requirements if their driving privileges have been revoked, but one may also add an emergency contact to their license, order a duplicate license, document a change of address, or even obtain a driving history.

The Oberman & Rice law firm often deals with issues involving Tennessee driver licenses, often relating to Tennessee DUI offenses or other traffic issues.  Should you have any legal issues regarding your Tennessee driver license, our attorneys, Steve, Sara, and A.Z. are available to speak with you and can be reached by calling (865) 249-7200.

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  1. #1 by Keith Hall - August 6th, 2019 at 07:05

    What I need to do to reinstate my drivers license

  2. #2 by Arrin Zadeh - August 7th, 2019 at 13:22

    Keith,
    Thank you for your question regarding the reinstatement of your driver’s license. Many factors can determine the steps needed to take in order to reinstate your Tennessee driver’s license. Please feel free to contact the office at (865) 249-7200 and I will be happy to discuss the situation with you.
    Sincerely,
    Arrin “A.Z.” Zadeh

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