You can see a Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) hearings officer at certain RMV Service Centers. Refer to the hearing sites and schedules to find an RMV Service Center that holds hearings. You cannot make an appointment for a suspension/revocation hearing. All hearings are on a walk-in basis.
The RMV conducts suspension/revocation hearings with hearings officers for the following:
- Alcohol or Drug Suspensions
- Ignition Interlock Device Assignment or Removal
- Chemical Test Refusals
- Junior Operator Suspensions
- Accumulation of Offenses Suspensions
- Out-of-State Suspensions
- Public Safety Suspensions/Complaints
- Fatal Motor Vehicle Suspensions
- Outstanding Obligation Suspensions
- Court-Ordered Suspensions
- Property Damage Claims
- Commercial Driver's License Disqualifications
- I Pay Tax Hearings
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What to know before you go
- You should bring all necessary documents with you to your hearing.
Hearing length varies with the type of suspension and severity of the offenses.
Customers should arrive as early as possible and allow extra time.
At the end of a hearing, some customers may be eligible to perform additional RMV transactions.
If you are applying for a Hardship License, we recommend that you arrive at the RMV by 3:00 p.m.
During periods of heavy customer volume, the hearing office may stop accepting walk-in customers.