Your driving privileges may be affected by various traffic offenses, criminal offenses, insurance and ticket offenses, and more. If your license has been suspended or revoked, you can learn about specific actions you must take to regain your driving privileges.
To support you in your efforts to regain driving privileges, the State of Oklahoma offers the Impaired Driver Accountability Program (IDAP), which allows you to demonstrate your ability and willingness to separate drinking from driving. It utilizes a tool called an ignition interlock device (IID) to help you determine when it is safe for you to drive. Starting November 1, 2022, it is required to complete IDAP before you are eligible to reinstate a suspended license.
IDAP will be administered by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) for DUI arrests taking place before November 1, 2022.
IDAP will be administered by the Board of Tests (BOT) if your DUI arrest was made on or after November 1, 2022.
In some instances, you may be eligible for a Modified Driver License. Examples of cases that may permit a Modified Driver License include point suspensions arising from accumulation of traffic violations, non DUI-related suspensions, or an attempt to elude an officer. Modified Driver Licenses are not available for DUI-related offenses.
Service Oklahoma offers the Provisional Driver License Program (PDLP). The PDLP allows drivers to obtain driving privileges after completing the suspension or revocation while they continue to pay off their license fees.
If you are unaware of the reason for your license suspension, you can click here to request your prior-three-year driving record for a fee of $25.00. The driving record will only show driving history for up to three years.