- Contact Us
- Beat Your D.U.I.
- 10 Day D.U.I. Rule
- Court Procedures
- D.U.I. Cop Contest
- D.U.I. Consequences
- D.U.I. DWI Traffic Stop
- FAQs Before D.U.I. Arrest
- FAQs After D.U.I. Arrest
- Do what after a D.U.I. Arrest?
- I'm in Jail, Where's My Car?
- Why wasn't I released?
- Do I Have to Take a Drug Test?
- Can I be Forced to Take Blood Test?
- Can I Get My Own Blood Test?
- Can I Get My License?
- DHSMV Most Important Forms
- When Do Arrestees Get Out Of Jail?
- Should I just plead guilty?
- Medical Records Used Against Me?
- Charged with D.U.I. while asleep?
- Find The Best Lawyer
- Free Forms and Books
- Guide To Fighting D.U.I.s
- Hardship License
- Laws, Drugs, & Driving
- Tampa D.U.I.s
- Retain Your License
- Choose The Best Lawyer
What is a Florida Hardship License?
There are two types of DUI Hardship Licenses issued in Florida.
- Business Purposes Only "C" Restriction
- Employment Purposes Only "D" Restriction
For Commercial Drivers Licenses (CDL) Hardship license restrictions cannot be added to Commercial Driver Licenses (CDL). If a Commercial Driver is granted a hardship license, the driver's license must be issued as a Class E, thus preventing operation of vehicles that require a commercial drivers license.
A Florida DUI Hardship License is a Class E license. The license will reflect that it is a Class E driver's license with restriction. These tight limitations permit driving, even though the driver's license is suspended, revoked or cancelled.
Hire Casey at (813) 222-2220 and rest easy knowing that Casey has been here before and knows how to convince opponents and jurors to do the right thing.