Out of State Driver's License Restoration

If you have had your Michigan driver’s license suspended or revoked and have moved out of the state, you can’t simply apply for a new driver’s license in the state you now call home. Due to instant sharing of driving records over the internet, it is no longer possible to hold a driver’s license in one state while you are ineligible to hold a license in another, and moving out of the state can complicate your driver’s license restoration case. Fortunately, Grabel & Associates has extensive experience working with clients who have left Michigan, and we know what it takes to get you back on the road.

Get a New Driver’s License After Leaving Michigan By Working With Our DL Defense Lawyers at Grabel & Associates in Lansing, Ann Arbor, Detroit, or Grand Rapids

Contact our Michigan driver’s license restoration attorneys now to speak to an attorney and find out more about the laws and procedures affecting your unique case. Never assume you will be able to regain your license alone – it is often extremely difficult to get back behind the wheel without hiring a skilled lawyer. Our team is here to help you earn your license back as soon as possible, and with over 10 years of experience in the field of driver’s license law, we know what it takes to win in even the toughest cases.

Out of State Driver’s License Suspension

If you had your Michigan driver’s license suspended and have now moved out of state, you will need to deal with the suspension before you can get a new license in the state you now reside. Depending on the specific details of your case, you may need to pay a fine or reinstatement fee, deal with outstanding tickets, or go to court. Our lawyers can immediately review the specifics of your case and help you figure out exactly what steps you need to take to get your license back as soon as you can.

Hiring an attorney is always the best first step to take in any case, and our team is available 24/7 to speak with you. Let us provide you with a free, no obligation consultation, and explain how our approach will help you get a new driver’s license in another state after you have left Michigan.

Restore a Revoked Driver’s License From Out of State

When your license is revoked, you face a more complex process in order to regain the ability to get a new license. Whether you face revocation for drunk driving, repeat DUI offenses, or other motor vehicle offenses, you need to win a DAAD appeal in order to regain the ability to drive. You must wait a set period before applying for an appeal, and should always speak to an attorney before preparing for your hearing. Many people lose their DAAD appeals because they do not work with skilled driver’s license restoration lawyers, yet our firm boasts an impressive win rate of 97% for first time appellants. Contact us now to begin working toward license reinstatement and fight for your freedom to drive.

Our Proven Approach to Out of State DL Restoration

At Grabel & Associates, we know how a license suspension or revocation can negatively affect your life and realize how frustrating it can be to not be able to move on with your life after you have moved out of Michigan. Our lawyers will work as long as it takes to get you back on the road so that you are able to keep a job, get to school, or attend other vital obligations.

Our team will develop an individualized license restoration plan for your unique case after reviewing the specifics of your suspension or revocation and determining exactly what needs to be done in Michigan so that you are able to drive in your new home. We will help you determine your DAAD appeal eligibility date and walk you through how to prepare for this critical hearing. Over the past decade, our lawyers have worked in a variety of complex cases and understand how to prepare for specific hearings officers or courts. Contact us now to begin your fight for freedom.

24/7 License Restoration in Michigan

If you have moved out of state after a DL suspension or revocation, call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free consultation, or contact Grabel & Associates online. Review our proven results to see just how effective our attorneys are and begin working with us as soon as possible so that you can benefit from similarly outstanding results.

Please note: Recently DLAD/DAAD changed their name to the Administrative Hearings Section (AHS). Common use of the name AHS has not yet been widely accepted and the entity responsible for driver’s license hearings is still referred to as DLAD/DAAD in almost all legal areas, which is why we continue to use the term “DLAD/DAAD” throughout our website. More information about this change can be found at the Michigan Secretary of State’s website here.