I should be reinstated on May 15, 2023 from a revocation. I was notified years ago that the Fl DMV wanted me to take a drivers test.

Q) I should be reinstated on May 15, 2023 from a revocation. I was notified years ago that the Fl DMV wanted me to take a drivers test. I sent a letter stating I no longer lived in Fl and could not afford to fly to take this test. I never heard back. Today I found out Fl is not going to give me my license back unless I Fly to Fla and take this test. I cannot afford to fly to Fla. I will be fired! Can’t we just transfer the test here to Wy. I lived here for 7 years now. I can prove I lived here when you sent the first letter. I do not have a copy of my letter I sent you asking what can we do. Explaining I live in Wy. Please help me figure this out.. I cannot leave my 99 year old mother alone here in Wy. while I fly to Fla. There is no part of this that I can make work. My mom lives here in Wy. in my house with me.
Please consider this request.

A) I understand that you’re facing a difficult situation regarding the reinstatement of your driver’s license in Florida. However, please note that I cannot directly intervene in legal or administrative matters. I can offer some general guidance to help you navigate this situation.

  1. Contact the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV): Reach out to the Florida DMV and explain your situation in detail. Request clarification on their requirements and explain your financial limitations and caregiving responsibilities for your mother. Ask if there are any alternative options available or if they can transfer the test to Wyoming.
  2. Seek legal advice: Consult with an attorney who specializes in traffic or administrative law. They can provide guidance on the specific laws and regulations in Florida and Wyoming. They may be able to assist you in finding alternative solutions or negotiating with the DMV on your behalf.
  3. Provide documentation: Gather any relevant documents that can support your case, such as proof of residence in Wyoming during the time of the initial notification from the Florida DMV. This could include utility bills, lease agreements, or any other official documents that establish your residency in Wyoming.
  4. Explore alternatives: If the Florida DMV insists on an in-person test, consider exploring other options. You could research whether you’re eligible for a driver’s license in Wyoming based on your current situation. Look into the requirements and procedures for obtaining a driver’s license in Wyoming, and determine if you meet the criteria for residency.
  5. Seek local assistance: Reach out to local organizations or support groups in Wyoming that provide assistance for individuals facing similar challenges. They may be able to offer guidance or resources to help you resolve this issue.

Remember, it’s essential to communicate directly with the Florida DMV and possibly consult with legal professionals who can provide specific advice based on the laws of both Florida and Wyoming. They will have the most accurate and up-to-date information to assist you.

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