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The Ramifications Of Failing To Return For Your Reexamination


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Attorney Myles L. Berman explains individuals who fail to appear for the reexamination process as directed by the DMV, whether it was an in-person interview proceeding or scheduled phone interview will have their driving privileges suspended. This suspension will be ongoing until the individual actually appears and provides the information or submits to testing as mandated by the DMV.

Note: An individual must appear as requested by the DMV. Another person cannot appear on the individual’s behalf but the DMV will allow another person to accompany an individual to the proceedings or interview with the DMV.

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Description: Individuals who fail to appear for the reexamination process as directed by the DMV, whether it was an in-person interview proceeding or scheduled phone interview, will have their driving privileges suspended. This suspension will be ongoing until the individual actually appears and provides the information, or submits to testing as mandated by the DMV.

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