MARQUETTE, Mich. (WZMQ) – At Northern Michigan University Monday, local residents got the opportunity to assess their driving records with Michigan volunteer attorneys and Michigan Department of State staff. It was the 26th Road to Restoration Clinic, this free clinic is looking to help Michigan residents understand how to get their driving licenses restored.
Those who attended got to meet one-on-one with Michigan Department of State staff and volunteer attorneys to look at what steps are necessary to reinstate their driver’s license.
“It is a big impact not to have your license, not only on yourself but also your family a lot of folks have to take their friends, their family their children to school to medical appointments to get a job to get a better job you need to have a valid license,” commented Michigan’s Deputy Legal Director Khyla Craine
The clinic will be traveling to neighboring cities around the UP. Click here, for more information on the upcoming clinics in the Upper Peninsula.