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Drivers license restoration clinic to assist Saginaw area residents this Wednesday
September 26, 2022
This Wednesday, Sept. 28, the Michigan Department of State (MDOS), Department of Attorney General, United Way of Saginaw County and other community partners will host a Road to Restoration clinic in Saginaw to help drivers with suspended licenses determine what steps they need to take to restore their driving privileges.
In 2021, new state laws lifted suspensions for drivers who failed to pay tickets or court fines, or failed to appear in court, for certain non-moving and other violations. While the new laws lifted suspensions for more than 150,000 Michiganders, many individuals must still take further action before their license is restored. Road to Restoration clinics assist drivers in navigating additional steps they must take to safely get back behind the wheel. The clinics do not provide DUI expungement services.
WHAT: Saginaw Road to Restoration Clinic
WHO: Michigan Department of State, Department of Attorney General, United Way of Saginaw County volunteers
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 28
11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
WHERE: SVRC Marketplace
203 S. Washington Ave
Saginaw, MI 48607
Michigan residents can walk in without preregistering between 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Participants are advised to either bring a recent copy of their driving record to the clinic, or purchase a copy at the clinic for $12, for staff to review and provide recommendations on how they can restore their license and, when possible, provide the services they need to do so on site. Representatives from the 70th District Court will be available at the clinic to answer questions and take payment of fines or fees. Eligible residents who may need to take a written test in order to regain their license will be able to do so at the clinic.
The clinics are held in partnership with numerous organizations including DTE Energy, Miller Canfield Law Firm, Detroit Justice Center, and United Way, as well as location partners.
Michiganders who believe they may qualify to have their license reinstated or who have a question about their driving history can get more information or sign up for an upcoming clinic near them at Michigan.gov/RoadtoRestoration.
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