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Getting a New ID after DUI

If you have lost your driver's license to a DUI arrest, here is what you do. If you have a passport, figure out where you have stored it since your last trip abroad. They are normally good for 10 years. If you are at Year 9, then you ought to renew it. If you don't have a Passport, then go to a local BMV office and ask for a TEMPORARY State ID (not a Permanent State ID). If the BMV employee tells you that you are not under suspension according to the computer, then ask to have a duplicate license issued to you. DO NOT drive with that license, just use it as ID. If the BMV computer states you are under suspension, then pay for a TEMPORARY STATE ID.
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