Vermont Statutes Title 23. Motor Vehicles, § 675. Fee prior to termination or reinstatement of suspension or revocation of license




(a) Before a suspension or revocation issued by the Commissioner of a person's operator's license or privilege of operating a motor vehicle may be terminated or before a person's operator's license or privilege of operating a motor vehicle may be reinstated, there shall be paid to the Commissioner a fee of $80.00 in addition to any other fee required by statute.  This section shall not apply to suspensions issued under the provisions of chapter 11 of this title nor suspensions issued for physical disabilities or failing to pass reexamination.  The Commissioner shall not reinstate the license of a driver whose license was suspended pursuant to section 1205 of this title until the Commissioner receives certification from the court that the costs due the State have been paid.

(b) Any suspension issued as a result of improper information received from the criminal justice system shall be cancelled and removed from the record without payment of any fee upon receipt of proper information that the suspension should not have been requested.





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