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A new program may help get your Ls back.

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If you had your driver’s license suspended due to citations a new program may be able to help you get it back.

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles says the Reinstatement Fee Amnesty Initiative kicks off Thursday. Drivers will have six months to apply for a fee reduction or waiver. Drivers can apply Thursday to July 31.

Qualifications for the program have not been shared but the bureau will decide who will be qualified for the program.

What we do know is all applicants must have completed all court-ordered sanctions other than paying fees. At least 18 months must have passed since any court-ordered suspension ended. Citations can not involve drugs, alcohol, or a deadly weapon.

If you are not sure it is best to still try to apply to see if you qualify. Over 410,000 drivers qualify, why not see if you do?

Source: 10TV