TITLE 92: TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER II: SECRETARY OF STATE
PART 1030 ISSUANCE OF LICENSES
SECTION 1030.17 ERRORS IN ISSUANCE OF DRIVER'S LICENSE/CANCELLATION
Section 1030.17 Errors in Issuance of Driver's License/Cancellation
a) In the event of a driver's license issuance error or administrative error, the Department shall provide the driver with written notice of his/her obligation to appear at a Driver Services Facility for issuance of a corrected driver's license without further testing pursuant to IVC Section 6-207. The Department shall allow the driver at least five but no more than 30 days from the notice date to obtain a corrected driver's license at no fee. No extension shall be granted to the driver, except upon receipt of a confirmed medical emergency.
b) A driver who obtains a corrected driver's license shall be in compliance with the Department's request and shall be allowed to retain driving privileges.
c) Refusal or neglect to obtain a corrected driver's license within the specified period shall result in the cancellation of driving privileges pursuant to IVC Sections 6-201(a)(1) and 6-207(b).
d) Any driver whose driver's license is canceled pursuant to this Section will be allowed to obtain a corrected driver's license without re-testing or paying an additional fee, if the driver is not otherwise ineligible.
e) An order rescinding the cancellation shall be entered on the record of the driver who obtains a corrected or renewed driver's license.
(Source: Amended at 33 Ill. Reg. 2391, effective January 21, 2009)