Remedial Education Program Driver Services

A driver under age 21, who is convicted of two or more moving violations within a 24-month period, will have his/her driver's license suspended for a minimum of 30 days. The length of the suspension varies according to the seriousness of the traffic offenses. A driver may be required to complete a Driver Remedial Education Course as part of reinstatement of driving privileges. This information will be indicated on the suspension notice.

This mandatory requirement for reinstatement of your driving privileges is your participation in an approved Graduate to Safety Driver Remedial Education course. The fee for this course will not exceed $100.00. You must complete the course through one of the approved driver remedial education providers.

Failure to attend and complete this course will prohibit the reinstatement of your driving privileges.

If the length of your suspension is six (6) months or greater, you will be required to appear at a driver services facility to re-apply for a driver's license or instruction permit at the termination of the suspension period provided you are eligible for reinstatement. All tests, issuance fees and payment of any outstanding fees will be required at the time of your application.

Any additional information regarding the course requirements may be directed to the Driver's Analysis Section at 217-782-2720. For all questions regarding your suspension, additional tickets which have extended your suspension and outstanding ticket fines you must speak to a representative of the Traffic Violations Section at 217-785-8619.

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