February 23, 2020

Drivers Must-Know: What Is ALR?

Drivers Must-Know: What Is ALR?

Drunk driving is one of the most dangerous combinations. When you drink, your senses are altered, and your sense of perception is diminished. Therefore, it is not recommended to drive when drinking. It is especially true if you have had too much to drink. There are many occasions, though when drinking cannot be avoided. When this happens, it is best to find alternatives to going home like riding a cab, hitching a ride with a friend or asking a buddy to drive you.

The consequences of drunk driving are often severe. You and your passengers can get severely injured. You can also cause damage to properties and even harm other drivers and pedestrian. We also have to consider violations of drunk driving. You may get charged for DWI which will fall under either a misdemeanor or felony depending on its severity. Another minor consequence is for your driver’s license to get suspended.

ALR Defined

Administrative License Revocation, better known as ALR, is a civil regulatory process. It is heard and implemented separately from your DWI charge. It is a process by which law enforcers request the revocation of your license due to a violation. When you receive such an order, there are only two ways to go. You either accept it and or you can try and get it reversed. However, if you want to have it changed, you need to request within 25 days after you receive the notice. Doing so after will only make your time futile. However, if you can submit it on time then, wait for a letter informing you of the details of your hearing. It could take up to 120 days to wait.

ALR Bases

There are two reasons why law enforcers request an ALR for you. Whenever you get stopped for possible drunk …

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