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Question:

If your license was revoked for an alcohol-related conviction, what must you do to regain your driving privileges?

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If your license was revoked, then after the period of revocation has ended, you must apply for a new license (which will likely entail passing the written knowledge test and road test again) and pay a reinstatement fee. If the revocation was for an alcohol-related conviction, the reinstatement fee will be higher ($680) and you will also have to pass a DWI knowledge exam. You may also have to undergo a chemical assessment. Depending on the particular alcohol-related offense, you may incur additional penalties. [Penalties, Chapter 8 Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs, Minnesota Driver's Manual]