I’m trying to make an appointment for a LA hardship license.

A) To make an appointment for a Louisiana hardship license, you can do the following:

  1. Call the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (DMV) at 1-888-999-6663.
  2. Visit the DMV website and schedule an appointment online.
  3. Go to a local DMV office and ask for an appointment.

When you make an appointment, be sure to bring the following documents with you:

  • Proof of identity: This can be a driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued document with your name and date of birth.
  • Proof of residency: This can be a utility bill, lease agreement, or other document that shows you live in Louisiana.
  • Proof of hardship: This can be a letter from your employer, doctor, or school stating that you need a driver’s license for work, medical, or educational purposes.
  • Fee: There is a fee for applying for a hardship license. The fee varies from time to time, so please check with the DMV for the most current fee.

At your appointment, you will be interviewed by a DMV representative. The representative will review your documents and determine if you are eligible for a hardship license. If you are approved, you will be issued a hardship license.

A hardship license is a restricted driver’s license that allows you to drive to and from certain places, such as work, school, and medical appointments. The specific restrictions on a hardship license vary from case to case.

If you have any questions about hardship licenses, you can contact the Louisiana DMV at 1-888-999-6663.

Here are some of the places you can go with a hardship license:

  • Work: You can drive to and from work.
  • School: You can drive to and from school.
  • Medical appointments: You can drive to and from medical appointments.
  • Grocery store: You can drive to the grocery store to buy food.
  • Bank: You can drive to the bank to deposit or withdraw money.
  • Post office: You can drive to the post office to mail a letter or package.
  • Places of worship: You can drive to places of worship.
  • Any other place that is essential for your livelihood or well-being.

It is important to note that you cannot use a hardship license for any other purpose, such as driving to the movies or going out to eat. If you are caught using your hardship license for any other purpose, you could lose your license.

If you have any questions about what you can and cannot do with a hardship license, you should contact the Louisiana DMV.


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