LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
OFFICE OF MOTOR VEHICLES
|Section:||II Driver's License Laws||Effective: || 01/01/2004|
To view Louisiana Statutes: http://www.legis.state.la.us/
SCHOOL RULE INFRACTIONS-DRIVING IS A PRIVILEGE
R.S. 32:407(E) and 431
A student between the ages of fourteen and eighteen may have his driving privileges suspended for an infraction involving assault or battery on a member of the school faculty/staff; the sale or possession of drugs, alcohol, or other illegal substances; or the possession of a firearm. The driving privileges will be suspended for 365 days, not to exceed the student's eighteenth birthday.
- Expiration of the mandatory 365 day suspension period, or
- If, after six months of suspension, the student displays exemplary behavior, the principal/headmaster may submit to OMV a signed statement to this effect on official letterhead and the suspension period will end.
· $60 reinstatement fee in addition to any fee owed for other statutory requirements
Section II, 30.00 Hardship License Requirements
36.00 DMB Reintstatement Fees