WHAT IS A ADMINISTRATIVE LICENSE REVOCATION (ALR)
Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Program is a civil administrative process requiring the department to suspend and/or disqualify your driver license if you are arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) when you:
1) to take or fail to complete a blood or breath test, or
2) Provide a blood or breath test that registers a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or more while driving a non-commercial motor vehicle, or
3) Provide a blood or breath test that registers a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.04% or more while driving a commercial motor vehicle.
These of your driving privilege under the ALR program is unrelated to the criminal court proceedings for DWI or BWI.
Additional Information Can Be Found In Texas Transportation Code Chapters 524 And 724.
We will schedule your ALR hearing at no cost.
ALR Process For DWI Or BWI
If a Law enforcement officer has reason to believe you are impaired, a set of field sobriety tests will be administered.
If you fail the field sobriety tests you will be arrested for DWI or BWI.
You will be asked to take a breath or blood test to measure your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level.
If you refuse to take or fail the field sobriety tests, your driver license will be suspended and/or disqualified.
If you consent to a law enforcement officer’s request to a blood test, you will keep your driver license until the BAC results are received by the Department.
If the results indicate you provided a specimen above the legal limit, your driver license will be suspended and/or disqualified.
A $125 reinstatement fee is required prior to the renewal or issuance of your driver license, in addition to paying any other outstanding fees owed.
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