In many circumstances, losing one’s privilege to drive is one of
the most frightening aspects of a DUI. An individual can often become
very frustrated with the legal system as they are trying to move along
with their life but are not able to drive themselves to work. A conviction
for DUI can cause great disturbance in your life and prevent you from
going about your regular duties in an easy manner.
Immediately after a DUI conviction or after refusal to submit to a blood
alcohol content test, your license will be suspended and you will be unable
to drive legally. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) of the Alabama
Law Enforcement Agency issues
suspended licenses that prevent you from getting behind the wheel. Driving on a suspended
license is against the law and it would lead to even further penalties.
Until you are able to get your license reinstated, you might be reasonably
nervous of how you can get to the places you need.
You do have options to get to and from work, however. We hope that this
blog will serve to give you a sense of peace knowing that you will be
able to be mobile after your conviction.
In some cases, the best option is to apply for an Alabama hardship drivers’
license. This would grant you limited ability to drive. You can contact
your local Alabama DMV office to see whether this is a viable option in
your case and what the process entails.
There are some vehicles that will allow you to get to work in a timely
fashion legally. Electric bikes are just one transportation solution after
DUI. Riding a regular bike is still a solution, but in many cases, you
show up to your destination tired and sweaty. Electric bikes allow the
rider to travel for miles without breaking a sweat.
If you or a loved one has been arrested for DUI, you should discuss your
case with us at once. The longer you wait, the further along the opposition’s
investigation will be. Do not wait to get the legal help you need and
contact us today!