Michigan Department of State and partners Michigan Department of Attorney General, DTE Energy, Miller Canfield, the Detroit Justice Center, the Michigan Association of United Ways, and Michigan 2-1-1 are hosting their second year of Road to Restoration. The statewide clinics help drivers with suspended licenses complete the required steps to become relicensed.
In 2022, more than 4,000 Michigan residents were served at 18 different clinics held in 11 cities, including Alpena, Benton Harbor, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing and Traverse City. At each clinic, residents meet one-on-one with expert staff to learn how to restore their driving privilege. While residents may be required to pay past fines, the expertise is provided free of charge, and they can complete as many steps as possible on site. For more information about the program, to find a clinic near you or to sign up for an upcoming clinic, go to Michigan.gov/RoadtoRestoration or dial 2-1-1.
- Pre-registration is strongly recommended for these events.
- The clinics do not provide DUI expungement services and license reinstatement is not guaranteed.