90 Great Oaks Blvd, Suite 104
San Jose, CA 95119
General Information or to Make an Appointment
Phone (408) 229-7100 – Fax (408) 229-7128 or 229-7129
Days and Hours Open
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:00am till 5:00pm.
Wednesday 9:00am till 5:00pm
What Is It? The Division of Driver Safety is the enforcement branch of the California DMV. The Division of Driver Safety is empowered to deny, suspend or revoke any person’s driver license if there is good cause to do so. The Division of Driver Safety conducts administrative hearings to decide issues of suspension or revocation at special locations known as Driver Safety Offices. Known as a DSO, the Driver Safety Offices are large regional offices that are located throughout the State of California. These are not the normal “field offices” where one goes to register their car.
Common Types of Hearings: The most common type of administrative hearings conducted at the Driver Safety Offices are: Administrative Per SE (DUI), Zero Tolerance, Negligent Operator (Points), Negligent Operator (Fatal Accident), Negligent Operator (Injury Accident), Negligent Operator (Road Rage), Lack of Skill, Lapse of Consciousness, Physical and Mental Re-Examinations, Special Certificate (School Bus), Special Certificate (Ambulance), Special Certificate (Tow Truck), Fraudulent Activity and Financial Responsibility.
Local Areas Served by the San Jose DMV Driver Safety Office:
Santa Clara County: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga & Sunnyvale.
Santa Cruz County: Capitola, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley & Watsonville.
What We Do: Our team provides the highest level of DMV Hearing Defense at the San Jose DMV Driver Safety Office. We have been defend the driving privileged for California Drivers for decades in DMV Driver Safety Offices throughout California.
Ready to Initiate Your Defense? If you are in need of the highest level of DMV Hearing Defense contact our team. Time is sensitive and if you have already received notification from the DMV the clock has already started and your window to schedule a hearing and defend your ability to drive legally in California is shrinking.