My license was suspended after getting 15 points in 24 months and I want to know can I et a limited driving permit in the state of Georgia until I get everything worked out, I had one a few years ago cause of a duo but can't find any information about if I'm about to get another one. I need one to get to and from work and was wandering if I'm able to.
Assuming the prior limited permit was obtained after your first suspension based on accumulation of points and this is your second suspension based on accumulation of points, yes you can get a limited permit after you do an advanced defensive driving class and pay a fine.
We need more details to determine what steps, if any, you can do to get your license back whether limited or full.
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You have gotten solid advice here on how to get your license in a better situation. I would suggest, if you did not do this, that you have an attorney on traffic cases in the future. I believe this would have all gone more smoothly for you had you been properly advised.
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