Did you refuse to blow? This page answers the most frequently asked questions the Department of Revenue Drivers License Bureau gets about and Chemical Test Refusals and issues relating thereto: Driver License Revocation and Missouri's Implied Consent Law; Petitions for Review; Stay Orders; SR-22; SATOP; Administrative Hearing; and Reinstatement.
Chemical Test Refusal FAQ
from the MIssouri Department of Revenue
How can I get my driver license back when it is revoked for a chemical refusal (refused to blow)?Send the following items to the Driver License Bureau, P.O. Box 200, Jefferson City, MO 65105-0200, before your revocation period ends.
Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP) completion form or a comparable program completion form. The Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse will send this form directly to us after you complete the program.
$45 reinstatement fee. Money order or personal check is acceptable. Please include your full name, address, date of birth, and driver license number.
When will I get my driver license back?If you have met your reinstatement requirements, you can get your driver license back one year from the starting date of your revocation. We will send the driver license back to you with your reinstatement notice.
Can I have any type of driving privilege while I am serving my revocation on a chemical refusal?After you serve the first 90 days of your revocation, you may be eligible for a hardship license (Limited Driving Privilege). Click on one of the following for more information.
NOTE: Only one Limited Driving Privilege (LDP) can be given to you in a five-year period. After September 30, 2005, a person cannot obtain a hardship license to drive a commercial motor vehicle.
Download and complete an Application for Limited Driving Privileges (Form 4595). If you are eligible, an LDP may be issued to you after you file an SR-22 with our office.