When can my revoked Maryland license be reinstated?

In Maryland, 12 points on your driving record will result in a revoked license. There is some confusion about when an individual can get their Maryland license back. Clients who fear that their license may be revoked believe that it will take years for them to get their license back. In most cases, this is not true.

If your driver’s license was revoked because you accumulated 12 or more points on your driving record , you may be eligible sooner than you think. Below is a chart of the minimum amount of time in which you will become eligible.

One revocation 6 month waiting period

Two revocations 12 month waiting period

Three revocations 18 month waiting period

Four or more revocations 24 month waiting period

According to the Maryland MVA “The waiting period starts on the day that you turn in your driver’s license after it has been revoked, or the date of revocation, whichever is later. You must turn in your most recently issued license.”

Concerned about points, revocation, and your Maryland driving privileges? Call me, I’m happy to help you. I’m a Maryland traffic ticket lawyer who handles traffic cases almost everyday. I have literally handled thousands of Maryland “serious” and “non-serious” traffic offense. I have offices in both Silver Spring, Maryland, and Greenbelt, Maryland, but I practice throughout the state, including Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Prince George’s County, and Montgomery County. Enough about me, tell me how I can help YOU.