Chapter 10, Section B:|
MR1 – If the suspension is due to misrepresentation (MR) and the suspension end date is prior to the current date, then you may reinstate if you have collected all of the required identification and residency documents. The suspension period is generally one year. If it is longer, contact Field Services
FR1 suspensions require proof of liability insurance. The insurance policy must be current and the driver must be listed on the policy. All FR1’s must have a letter of release from the attorney who issued the judgment. Acceptable forms are the release from the attorney or a Satisfaction of Judgment. These documents must be original or certified copies, dated within 30 days, and the driver must be named on the release. Exception - Statute of Limitations: if the action is over 14 years old, no release is required.
FR2 suspensions require proof of liability insurance. The insurance policy must be current and the driver must be listed on policy. FR2 suspensions must be active for at least one year. If the suspension has been activated within the last year (from suspension begin date) a letter of release is required. If the suspension has been active for over one year, no release is required -- only proof of insurance.
XC3 – Failure to remit penalty assessment. Must pay amount due.
XC4 - Failure to appear in court. Must submit Court Clearance.
XC5 – Out of state suspension for failure to remit penalty assessment. Must submit court clearance.
RV2 - This suspension is based on point accumulation and has a mandatory suspension period of one year. After the suspension period ends, the applicant must complete a Defensive Driving course and submit the course certificate as proof of completion. The Defensive Driving course must be at least 8 hours (126.96.36.199 NMAC).
Example of course completion certificate:
D51 – Disqualification for nonpayment of child support. Applicant must present a notarized release from Child Support Division which specifies the case # being cleared and must pay the MVD reinstatement fee. Clerk must confirm that the case# on the release matches the case# posted in the system.
BC1 – Suspension for “bad check.” Applicant must pay a $20.00 returned check fee and a $25.00 reinstatement fee. Additional fees charged by “Collect-Rite” are the original check amount plus the Collect-Rite fee.