Drivers License Restriction Codes - Tag
In certain situation, the Department of Public Safety may be forced to place a restriction onto your Alabama drivers license, to keep you and other drivers around you safe. Restrictions are placed onto your Alabama drivers license at the time of issuance and they usually denote a limitation in your driving ability or a health condition that may affect your ability to operate a vehicle. Removing a restriction from your Alabama driver license will require you to to submit to additional testing that will prove that the condition that warranted for the restriction in the first place no longer applies. Teen drivers should be mindful of Alabama provisional license restrictions that are part of the state's graduated license program.
In certain cases, the Registry of Motor Vehicles may be required to place a restrictions onto your Massachusetts drivers license. Drivers license restrictions usually limit your driving privileges to operating a certain type of vehicle or operating a vehicle only when certain conditions are met, i.e. daylight driving restriction permits you to drive only during daylight hours. Massachusetts provisional drivers license restrictions stand separately as part of the state's graduated license program and should only be observed by licensees under 18 years of age. If you need help figuring out a specific Massachusetts driver's license restriction code, you may always contact the RMV over the phone or visit any branch in person.
In certain cases, the Department of Transportation may be forced to put a restriction onto your Pennsylvania drivers license. License restrictions limit your driving privileges to operating a vehicle when certain conditions are met. Most of the Pennsylvania driver license restrictions are health related, although we can distinguish a number of junior license restrictions that apply to drivers who receive a license before they reach the age of 18 years. Pennsylvania junior drivers license restrictions are automatically removed from the license once the licensee reaches the age of 18. If you need help with a specific Pennsylvania license restriction code, please contact the PennDOT directly.
In certain cases, a number of restrictions may be placed onto your drivers license. Restrictions may limit your driving privileges to operating a certain type of motor vehicles or driving only under specific conditions. Restriction codes vary between states and you can always check the codes specific to your state by contacting the Department of Motor Vehicles in your states. Don't confuse these restrictions with the regular permit and license restrictions that apply to your permit or license under the graduated license law.