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1. Upon receipt of a court order suspending or revoking the driving privileges of a person under sections 302.400 and 302.405, the director of revenue shall suspend the driving privileges for ninety days or revoke the driving privileges of such person for a period of one year, provided however, that in the case of a person who at the time of the offense was less than sixteen years of age, the period of suspension or revocation shall commence on that person's sixteenth birthday. The provisions of this chapter to the contrary notwithstanding, the suspension or revocation shall be imposed without further hearing. Any person whose driving privileges have been suspended or revoked under sections 302.400 and 302.405 may petition the circuit court for a hardship driving privilege and said application shall be determined and administered in the same manner as allowed in section 302.309.
2. The director of revenue shall permit the issuance of a temporary instruction permit in the same manner as allowed in subsection 3 of section 302.130 to persons fifteen years of age and under seventeen years of age denied driving privileges by court order pursuant to section 302.400. This exception only applies to instruction permits that entitle a person to operate a motor vehicle on the highways in the presence of an authorized instructor.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XIX. Motor Vehicles, Watercraft and Aviation § 302.410. Director of revenue to suspend or revoke license, when--hardship driving privileges may be granted, procedure--temporary instruction permits allowed, when - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xix-motor-vehicles-watercraft-and-aviation/mo-rev-st-302-410/
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