A driver's license can be revoked after serious administrative offenses. According to article 32.7 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, the period of deprivation is considered from the date of the court ruling and ends on the next day after the established period of deprivation. To obtain the withdrawn rights, you should contact the district traffic police department and present the necessary documents.
It is necessary
- - passport;
- - medical certificate;
- - court statement.
Get a driver's license, which you were deprived of immediately, as soon as the period of deprivation is over. If on this day there is a day off or an All-Russian holiday, then you can get the rights on the first working day after the expiration of the deprivation period.
According to the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs No. 782 of July 20, 2000, you have the right to receive your certificate back by presenting a medical certificate with an expired date. The validity period of a medical certificate for presentation to the traffic police is 3 years. Therefore, if this period has expired, then you need to go through all the doctors and get a new medical certificate.
To get help, contact your local polyclinic. Get a coupon for an appointment with a therapist, who will write you directions for the necessary examinations and issue a form on which all the narrow specialists indicated in the form must sign.
You will have to visit the city or regional narcological dispensary and the city or regional psychiatric hospital. The narcologist and psychiatrist must issue an opinion on your state of health, put their signatures and seals on the form issued by the therapist. Under the signatures and seals of these specialists, put the seal of the institution at the registry.
In addition to the certificate, you are required to present a decree on deprivation of a driver's license, a passport. You are not required to present any more documents. You cannot be required to show receipts for administrative or other fines. driving exams and theory, as passing any exams after driving license revocation is not required by law.