If you are involved in a DUI accident in Texas, the driver responsible may face the revocation or suspension of your driver's license. This in turn can have a significant impact on their daily life. They no longer have the freedom to travel about as they please and it may even prevent them from making important trips such as getting to work or going to buy groceries. However, they may not have lost their license forever.
Once the term for which it is suspended has come to an end, they can apply to have it reinstated via the Texas Department of Public Safety. Using the department's website, they can keep track of their eligibility to drive and even read the terms surrounding the reinstatement of their license. You, on the other hand, may have suffered serious injuries in the accident that also limit your daily activities.