To get your license reinstated you must know the answers to the following questions and more...
Do you ever drink shots?
Did you ever experience an increased tolerance to alcohol?
Did you abuse alcohol?
Did you ever set limits on your drinking?
Did you ever engage in morning drinking?
Did you ever drink seven days in a row?
Did you ever hide drinking from your family?
Did you ever go to AA?
Did you ever drink fast for a quick buzz?
Did you ever have physical problems from your drinking?
Did you ever have financial problems from your drinking?
Did you ever drink on an empty stomach?
Did alcohol ever control your life?
Did you ever drink until you couldn’t stopdrinking?
Did you ever miss work?
Did you ever have a family membercomplain?
Did you ever ruin a friendship/relationship from yourdrinking?
Did you ever drive with your license suspended orrevoked?
Did you ever drive intoxicated other than thetimes you were arrested?
Did you ever binge drink?
Did you ever experience withdrawal symptoms? i.e.sweats, shakes
Did you ever experience blackouts? and/ or hangovers? and/ or vomiting?
Define increased tolerance.
Do you need any more treatment? Why or why not?
What, if anything, could happen to get you to go back to abusing alcohol again?
What steps would you take to avoid it?
In your treatment, did your provider reach a decision as to why you were abusing alcohol?
What caused you to drink?
What is different now that eliminates the reason?
What wasyour low point?
Do you feel you are a risk to drink even a small amount and drive? Why?
Do you feel you could safely drink a certain amount of alcohol and drive?
Are you an alcoholic?
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The Illinois Secretary of State's Office has imposed strict and often confusing guidelines for driver's license reinstatement after a DUI conviction. If you seek to reinstate your driving privileges you must request an administrative hearing before the Secretary of State. Bob has practiced before the Illinois Secretary of State for nearly 20 years with successful results.