Vehicle Registration Denial

In addition to plate confiscation and vehicle immobilization, registration denial prohibits repeat offender from acquiring access to vehicles. Persons whose licenses are revoked/suspended for three or more drunk driving offenses, or for four or more mandatory additional driving while suspended/revoked actions, will not be eligible to title and register vehicles with the Secretary of State. This denial is effective until the person is re-licensed. 

Registration and title denial is based upon the person's driving history. Any vehicles owned, co-owned, leased, or co-leased by the repeat offender will be denied title and registration. Persons subject to registration denial may not transfer title to a family member without a court order, nor may they purchase or lease a motor vehicle. These offenses are 93-day misdemeanors.