Conditional Drivers License Restrictions

by Carl Spector on June 21, 2011

in New York DWI General Q & A

These are the restrictions for a Conditional Drivers License:

1. To and from work, and during work if driving is part of your job,
2. To and from a class at an accredited school or college,
3. To transport your child to and from a child care facility or school when necessary to maintain your employment,
4. To and from DDP classes and any required evaluation or treatment,
5. To and from a State or County motor vehicle office for business related to your conditional license,
6. To and from court-ordered probation activities,
7. To and from medical examinations or treatment for you or a member of your family, as certified in writing by a physician.

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