Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender Status (HMVO)

Tennessee has established the Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender (HMVO) Act, also often referred to as the Tennessee Motor Vehicle Habitual Offender (MVHO) Act, to provide safety for all citizens who travel upon Tennessee roadways.  The Tennessee HMVO law denies the privilege of operating motor vehicles within our state to those whose conduct and driving record demonstrate an indifference to the safety and welfare of others.  The law further serves as a deterrent to repetition of unlawful acts.

The next several posts will focus on the details of the Tennessee Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender classification. How does a motorist qualify as an HMVO offender? What penalties are associated with a Tennessee HMVO violation? How and when can the driving privileges of a Tennessee motorist who has been declared an MVHO offender be restored? Please visit our blog in the coming days and weeks as we explore the answers to these questions.

In the meantime, if you have immediate questions about the Tennessee HMVO law, please feel free to the Oberman and Rice Law Firm at (865) 249-7200.

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