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Driving Privileges Suspension or Revocation

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This document is intended to explain the procedures for suspension and revocation of post driving privileges. Generally, the installation commander or his designee may, for any legal cause, suspend or revoke the installation driving privileges of anyone — Soldier or civilian. For military personnel and family members, retirees, and DoD employees, suspension or revocation is authorized regardless of where the incident occurred. For non-DoD affiliated civilians, only on-post incidents will be considered.

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