Once your licence suspension has ended, you can get your driver’s licence back by paying outstanding fines, visiting a driver’s licensing office and paying the relevant fees.
Drivers with suspensions of three years or more must take a road test and vision test.
If you have reached the end of a one-year suspension, you can reapply for your driver’s licence by following these steps:
If you have been suspended for three or more years, you must complete a re-examination for the class of licence that you held. The re-examination usually consists of a vision and road test. However, the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles may require further testing to meet driver-fitness guidelines.
You will also need to pay any outstanding fines or debts.
There may be additional requirements before you can get your licence back.