If you are ready to take the first step toward getting your Oklahoma driver's license reinstated, after a drug or alcohol conviction, you are in the right place!
We at Straight and Narrow DUI Services believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to get their life back on track. We are here to help you through that process.
Scroll down to learn more about the Oklahoma driver's license reinstatement process.
Then call or text 580-298-7301 to schedule your DUI assessment and ADSAC DUI course. We have offices in Pushmataha (Antlers) and McCurtain County (Broken Bow) for your convenience. Due to COVID-19, all services are provided online until further notice.
10-Hour DUI Class Schedule
July 10,11,12- 2020
July 31, Aug 1, Aug 2 - 2020
Aug 28, 29, 30 - 2020
Sept 25, 26, 27- 2020
Oct 23, 24, 25- 2020
Nov. 20, 21, 22- 2020
Dec. 18, 19, 20- 2020
The 10-hour is a weekend course.
Meets Fri. 5:30-8:30, Sat. 5:30- 8:30, Sun. 1-5 PM
24-Hour DUI Class Schedule
Feb 25- April 2, 2020
April 14- May 21, 2020
June 25- Aug 5, 2020
Oct. 29- Dec. 8, 2020
The 24 hours is a 6-week course.
Meets Tues. & Thurs 6 - 8 PM
Additional class dates to be added soon.
**Due to COVID-19, all DUI classes are being conducted online until further notice. To participate, you will need a cell phone, tablet, or computer with internet.
Oklahoma ADSAC/DUI Assessment and Class Fees.
The Oklahoma ADSAC DUI Assessment fee is $160.
If the arrest date is on or after November 1, 2008, the assessment fee is $175.
10 Hour ADSAC/DUI Class Fee: $150
24 Hour ADSAC/DUI Class Fee: $360
All Oklahoma ADSAC fees are state-mandated.
You must attend all classes and pay in full to fulfill ADSAC requirements for driver's license reinstatement.
Click here to learn more about the fees process.
Oklahoma DUI Assessment Information
Shortly after your DUI arrest, you should receive a letter from the Department of Public Safety that will include:
Amount of your reinstatement fee
Your license reinstatement eligibility date
Instructions to obtain a Oklahoma DUI assessment
When calling our office to schedule your Oklahoma DUI assessment, the process will be faster if you have the following information ready:
Date of Arrest
City of Arrest
Type of Offense
Name of Attorney
Documentation of Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). Your BAC can be found on your yellow ticket or arrest report.
What to Expect
Upon arriving for your DUI assessment, your DUI assessor, Wendy Taylor will provide all the information needed to complete your assessment.
Great care is taken to ensure the process is stress-free and straightforward regardless of the ability to read and write.
During the DUI assessment, the State of Oklahoma requires the DUI assessor to individually assess each client face-to-face, based on specific criteria, and then determine what level of services, or recommendations, are appropriate.
The DUI assessment will last approximately two hours.
At the end of your DUI assessment, you will be given an ADSAC referral and recommendation document that will include specific requirements you must complete in order to have your driver's license reinstated. The requirements listed on your ADSAC referral and recommendation document are called "levels of intervention." Save this document.
Levels of intervention range on a continuum from; a 10 or 24 hour DUI class (called an ADSAC course), Victims Impact Panel, individual or group substance abuse therapy, or residential treatment, including aftercare plan.
Straight and Narrow DUI Services provides the 10 and 24-hour ADSAC courses. We also provide individual and group therapy.
Once you complete your requirements, you must return documented proof of completion to Straight & Narrow DUI Services in order to successfully complete the ADSAC process.
Straight and Narrow DUI Services will then issue you a certificate of completion. This certificate will bear a red stamp, indicating the date all OK Department of Public Safety requirements have been satisfied for your driver's license reinstatement.
Finally, you submit the original certificate of completion, which bears the red stamp, to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety along with your reinstatment fee. For more information about items needed for this final step, click here.
Hours of Operation
Straight and Narrow is open by appointment, Monday through Friday 8:30 am -5:00 pm. We understand sometimes it can be difficult to take off work for an appointment, so we offer early evening and weekend appointments upon request.