Diversion programs and courts are required to notify the Department of Licensing (DOL) to revoke a juvenile's driving privilege for any youth age 13 years or older who enters into a Diversion Agreement or is adjudicated or convicted of a drug- or alcohol-related offense. The revocation is for one year or until age 17, whichever is longer. Two or more offenses require a two-year revocation or until age 18, whichever is longer.
However, early reinstatement of driving privileges is possible if you successfully complete your diversion requirements. For a first offense, early reinstatement is possible 90 days after your 16th birthday or 90 days after the Diversion Agreement was signed. On a second offense, early reinstatement is possible one year after the Diversion Agreement was signed, or at age 17, whichever is longer. You also cannot apply for a learner's permit until your driving privilege has been reinstated.
When the revocation time is up, DOL will notify you. You will be required to take the written and driving test again and pay a reinstatement fee in addition to the licensing fees.
See Early Reinstatement of Driving Privileges