Hardship License Definition
A hardship license usually allows people to drive to and from work, school, court probation, community service, and alcohol and drug treatment. Other restrictions can include a time of day, geographic location, and more. Some hardship licenses are self-terminating. In other cases, the licensee must apply for restoration of their full driving privileges when eligible. Most hardship licenses are granted following an implied consent violation (when someone refuses a breath or blood test during an OWI investigation).
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