On Tuesday, June 21, Michigan Department of State (MDOS), the Department of Attorney General, and community partners will host a “Road to Restoration” clinic in Flint to help area residents who are eligible under new state laws to regain their driver’s license. The clinic can help people determine how they can restore their license and, in some cases, volunteers can provide the services they need to do so on-site. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson will visit a Road to Restoration clinic in Flint at 10: 15 a.m.
On Oct. 1, 2021, driver’s license suspensions were lifted for more than 350,000 Michiganders with unpaid tickets or fines or who failed to appear in court for certain non-moving and other violations. Letters were sent to all residents eligible to have their driver’s license reinstated, but many must take additional action before they can return to the road.
WHAT: Road to Restoration Clinic
WHO: Michigan Department of State, Michigan Department of Attorney General, DTE Energy, and
WHEN: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday, June 21
Walk-in service is available during these hours
WHERE: St. John Christian Church
1525 S. Saginaw St.
This is the first Road to Restoration clinic hosted in the Flint/Saginaw Bay area. Additional clinics have been held in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Ypsilanti and Pontiac.
More information on the Road to Restoration is available at Michigan.gov/SOSCleanSlate or contact Khyla Craine with questions firstname.lastname@example.org.