If you have had your driver's license suspended for driving under the influence or refusing to submit to a breath test, you may be experiencing all sorts of problems. If you live in Fort Myers, or another part in the state of Florida, you could be unable to get to work or take care of life's daily responsibilities (such as grocery shopping or picking up your children from school). As a result, it is important to understand what is required to reinstate your license and the fees you will have to pay.
Aside from finishing or enrolling in DUI school, you will be required to pay different fees to have your driver's license reinstated, according to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Drug and alcohol offenses result in a $130 administrative fee, which is on top of a $75 fee for a license revocation or a $45 fee for a license suspension. Additionally, DUI programs, which you need to enroll in or complete before your license can be reinstated, carry a $15 fee. If you need to have an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle, you will have to pay a $12 fee as well.