Did You Receive a Notice of Reexamination? If you have received a “Notice of Re-Examination” from the California Department of Motor Vehicles, you have just been put on notice that the DMV suspects you have a Physical or Mental condition that renders you unsafe to drive. The Notice of Re-Examination tells you that the DMV intends to suspend or revoke your driving privilege unless you act quickly to prevent it.
Why is The DMV taking This Action? A Notice of Re-Examination primarily arrives in your mailbox after the DMV has received information, from a variety of sources, suggesting that you are Physically or Mentally incapable of driving. This information is often reported to the DMV by Doctors, Police Officers, Friends or even Family Members. Regardless of the source of information, the DMV automatically presumes the information to be correct and then you are challenged to prove yourself fit to drive.
You MUST Take Immediate Action!
The suspension or revocation of your driving privilege is automatic, defending yourself is not. Make no mistake, the DMV fully intends to take you off the road; the only way to prevent this is by acting quickly and aggressively to protect your rights. Procrastination is not a defense. Closing your eyes and hoping this will go away, WILL NOT WORK. You MUST defend yourself.
In most instances, you only have 10-Days to schedule a Re-Examination Hearing or the suspension of your driving privilege will go into effect. In the beginning, the DMV has all the control but, the game changes when the DMV realizes you are protected by a professional who knows the ropes.
- Loss of Driver’s License
- Increased Automobile Insurance
- Inability to Work & Provide Income
We Are Ready to Begin Your Defense Now.
If you have received a “Notice of Re-Examination” call us now. We will contact the DMV immediately to preserve your right to a hearing and to lay out a strategy that works. With years of experience in Re-Examination Hearings, we know what the DMV is looking for; we know how to prepare you and assist you on the path to victory. Victory at the DMV means you keep your license and your driving freedom. Don’t let the DMV take away your freedom without a fight.