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We Can Help You Restore Your Driving Privileges

If your license has been revoked or suspended for any reason, it is important to seek out experienced counsel if you want to have your driving privileges reinstated successfully. Navigating the process properly is crucial and minor mistakes can be costly.

At Martin A. Kron & Associates, P.C., our lawyers have extensive experience in helping minimize the damage that traffic violations can do for drivers in New York and New Jersey. Founding attorney Martin A. Kron was even a traffic court judge in New York City.

For more information about how we can help you, call us today at 212-691-0175, or email us for a consultation to discuss your situation and legal needs.

Requesting Approval From The New York State Driver Improvement Unit

If you live in New York, our attorneys can help you request approval through the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Driver Improvement Unit (DIU) using their online services, and the system will automatically determine if you are eligible. If you are eligible for approval, the site can issue that approval immediately online.

Once approved for restoration you may be required to pay a re-application fee. The fee is:

  • $25 if you apply to restore your NYS driving privilege as an out-of-state driver, and you do not intend to apply for a NYS driver's license
  • $50 if you want to apply for a NYS driver's license and your license was revoked before July 6, 2009
  • $100 if you want to apply for a NYS driver's license and your license was revoked on or after July 6, 2009

Reinstating Your License With The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

If you have received a Notice of Restoration in New Jersey, our attorneys can help you complete the process and get your driver's license back. The general fee to restore your license in New Jersey is $100, which can be paid online, in person, or by check or money order to the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.

It is important to note that if you will be subject to a mandatory probation period. If you are convicted of a traffic violation during this period, your license will be suspended again. The length of the subsequent suspension depends on whether it was your first violation, a multiple violation and the number of months after restoration in which it occurred.

Contact Us For Help With License Restoration And Other Traffic Matters

We know how important driving privileges are so we will do everything we can to help you. This includes assisting you with any hearings or other applications that you may need to make and applying for a new license when necessary.

Call our office at 212-691-0175 or complete an online form to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept all major credit cards in order to better accommodate our clients' needs.