Operation Green Light: Chance to get your Florida driver’s license reinstated

Operation Green Light: Chance to get your Florida driver’s license reinstated
Drivers with a suspended license or overdue traffic tickets may be able to get back on the road as early as this weekend. (Source: WPTV)

MARTIN COUNTY, Fla.-- Drivers with a suspended license or overdue traffic tickets may be able to get back on the road as early as this weekend.

It’s all part of Operation Green Light, an event to help drivers clear their name and save money.

Many Florida Clerk of Courts offices are giving you the opportunity to pay overdue court-ordered obligations, while saving in additional fees.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will be at the offices to reinstate and print new licenses for drivers who qualify.

You will need to bring with you original documents that validate your identity, Social Security number and proof of a residential address.

Martin County’s Operation Green Light event starts Saturday at 9 a-m at the courthouse complex October 12 and 14-18.

You can find out the times for other counties from the Florida Clerks and Comptrollers. Click here.

Suspended License? Save Money. Get Back On The Road

Got a ticket? Outstanding fines? At #OperationGreenLight, many Floridians with suspended licenses will have a chance to pay overdue court obligations, save money, and get their license back. Contact your Clerk of Court or visit http://www.FLClerks.com/page/GreenLight to learn more. #FLClerks

Posted by Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers on Monday, September 30, 2019

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