Some people who are convicted of a drunk driving charge might have to go through a 12-hour course known as the Alcohol Education Program. The AEP is required for people who are trying to get a driver's license after a revocation for an alcohol-related offense. Some people will have to take the course if they were referred by an Administrative Law Judge or a District Court judge. Anyone who has to take the course will get a notice from the Motor Vehicle Administration letting them know they have been referred.
When you get the referral letter, there will be a date on the top right corner of the paper. You must start your program by that date, so make sure that you start looking for a program as soon as you get the letter. When you show up for the course, you will need to bring the referral letter.