Clear a suspension issued by Revenue Accounting Unit

If you have outstanding fees or fines, the DMV may temporarily revoke your privilege to drive a motor vehicle. Find out what to do if your driver’s license or vehicle registration is revoked

Clear a suspension issued by Revenue Accounting Unit

If you have outstanding fees or fines, the DMV may temporarily revoke your privilege to drive a motor vehicle. Find out what to do if your driver’s license or vehicle registration is revoked
How to clear your suspension

To restore your driver’s license or registration once you’ve received a notice of suspension from the Revenue Accounting Unit, you must resolve all outstanding fines and fees.

If your fees or fines are resolved before the effective date of suspension, no further action is required. 

If your fees or fines are resolved after your suspension date, the DMV will cancel your driver’s license or registration credentials.

 

How much does it cost to clear a driver’s license or registration suspension in Connecticut?

 

To clear a suspension:

  1. Submit a check or money order in the amount of $175 made payable to "DMV."
  2. Restart the application process for the cancelled item, for example, your CT driver’s license or vehicle registration, and pay the applicable fees.

This $175 fee can be paid online.

You may also mail payment and the suspension notice to:  

State of Connecticut
Department of Motor Vehicles
Revenue Accounting Unit

60 State Street, Room 327
Wethersfield, CT 06161

Contact Information
Phone:  860-263-5884

Email: DMV.Fiscal@ct.gov

Business hours of the Revenue Accounting Unit are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.