(1) If, upon an applicant's completion of the vision, knowledge, and skills tests
required under 61-5-110, 61-5-111, and 61-5-207, the department determines that an applicant's ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable
control in the safe operation of a motor vehicle on the highway depends on the use
of adaptive equipment or operational restrictions, then the department shall include
the appropriate restrictions on a license issued to the applicant. Once imposed, the restrictions may not be removed unless the department determines
that the adaptive equipment or operational restrictions are no longer essential to
the licensee's ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control in the safe operation
of a motor vehicle on the highway.
(2) The department may either issue a special restricted license or may include the
restrictions on the usual license form.
(3) The department may upon receiving satisfactory evidence of a violation of the
restrictions of a license or endorsement suspend or revoke the license. The licensee is entitled to a hearing as upon suspension or revocation under this
(4) It is a misdemeanor for a person to operate a motor vehicle in a manner in violation
of the restrictions imposed in a restricted license.
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