If your driving privileges have been suspended by the Salem Municipal Court, you will receive a
notice from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Your license may be canceled for failure to pay a ticket or fine, and you may have it reinstated through one of the following:
Payment in full.
- See a judge to request a payment plan and that the suspension be lifted.
Find more information about
what to do if your case is in collections.
The driver is responsible for contacting the
DMV to request reinstatement of a license. In order for the
DMV to reinstate your license, you must get clearance paperwork from the court. You may pick it up in person. These documents are faxed to the
DMV at the end of each day. However, the DMV may take up to three business days to process the paperwork after it is received.
Oregon DMV revokes driving privileges for many reasons and has
additional requirements for getting your license reinstated.