I have a revoked liscense and it it available back after August but it expires on may 8th my birthday..wondering how I can get it back
No, you have to deal with the issue of why it was revoked in the first place. After you do that, then you still have to take the written and driving tests, if it is also expired. Do you know why it was revoked?
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No, just getting a new license is a part of it. You must be reinstated by the Department of Revenue. That's a process which involve the proper insurance (SR-22) filing, reinstatement fee and proper documentation evidencing reinstatement.
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