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2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XXI - MOTOR VEHICLES
Chapter 262 - ANTITHEFT LAWS, OFFENSES, PENALTIES, HABITUAL OFFENDERS, ARREST OF NONRESIDENTS AND ABANDONED VEHICLES
Section 262:22 - Prohibition.
NH Rev Stat § 262:22 (2015) What's This?
262:22 Prohibition. No license to drive motor vehicles in New Hampshire shall be issued to an habitual offender:
I. Until such time as the period of revocation imposed pursuant to RSA 262:19, III has been served;
II. Until such time as financial responsibility requirements are met, or until the commissioner, for good cause shown, grants a waiver of the requirements. Such waiver shall only be granted where the habitual offender has not driven a motor vehicle in violation of the order and has not held a license for 5 years or more; and
III. Until the license of such person to drive a motor vehicle in this state has been restored in writing by an order of the director or of a court of record entered in a proceeding as hereinafter provided.
Source. RSA 262-B:6. 1969, 433:1. 1981, 146:1. 1985, 213:11. 1987, 238:4. 2012, 60:1, eff. May 14, 2012.
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