This is not a Social Security question. Social Security has not control over something within STATE jurisdiction like the department of motor vehicles. If you have DWI's and want to be able to drive this the price the state is exacting to allow this. I am transferring this to the criminal law section where a practitioner there may be able to give you more pointed advice as to what options you have.
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