If you received a notice to surrender your license and you did not do so by the due date, then your license will have been revoked by the RMV.
If you received a notice to surrender your license and you did not do so by the due date, then your license will have been revoked by the RMV. Reinstating your license is complex, and is best done in collaboration with a driving school that is well versed in Medical Driving.
You must have this Medical Evaluation Form completed by your doctor. Once completed, submit the form to the address on the top along with a letter requesting a Learner's Permit. We recommend working with a driving school to request this letter on your behalf. If you qualify, the Registry will issue you a restricted Learner's Permit that will allow you to work with a professional Driving School. Once your permit has been issued, the driving school can work with you to do driving evaluations and if needed, lessons. Once the school determines you are safe to sit for a driving test, you can schedule that driving test. In some cases, the RMV will require your driving test to be scheduled by a deadline. If you are unable to meet this deadline, you or your driving school may request an extension from the RMV.
In some cases, before issuing a new learner's permit, the RMV will require participation in a hearing to determine one's eligibility to obtain a driver's license again.