If you were deprived of your right to drive and your driver's license was withdrawn, do not forget to hand over the temporary permit after the entry into force of the judicial act. Otherwise, you will not be able to get behind the wheel soon.
The Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation) provides punishment for committing certain administrative offenses in the form of deprivation of the right to drive a vehicle. The driver's license is withdrawn from the offender by the traffic police inspector, and in return a temporary permit is issued, the validity of which cannot exceed two months.
However, the validity period of a temporary permit for the right to drive a vehicle may be extended in cases where the case on an administrative offense was not considered within the two-month period established by law. Keep in mind that the time limit is extended only at the request of the offender and for no more than one month.
After the judge has issued a decision to deprive you of the right to drive a vehicle, you can appeal this judicial act within ten days. After the expiration of the ten-day period, the resolution is considered to have come into legal force. It is from this moment that the countdown begins during which you are not allowed to drive.
By law, within three business days from the date on which the court decision comes into force, you must submit a temporary permit or file an application if you lose your temporary permit. The documents must be handed over to the traffic police department, which is executing the court order to deprive you of your special right. If you do not do this, the period of deprivation of the right to drive is interrupted and renewed only after you surrender a temporary permit or file a statement about its loss.
As soon as the period of deprivation of the right is over, apply with a passport and a medical certificate of the appropriate sample to the traffic police department, where you previously handed over a temporary permit. Traffic police officers may ask you for a copy of the court decision, but be aware that this requirement is illegal. In this case, apply with a written application to the traffic police to issue you a driver's license and demand a written refusal. This should do the trick.