§896. Proof required upon certain convictions
A. When the director under Section 414(A) or 414(B)(2) of this Title suspends the license or nonresident operating privilege of any person upon receipt of evidence of conviction, entry of guilty plea, or forfeiture of bond of any person charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating beverages or narcotic drugs or stimulants of the central nervous system, or under Section 667 of this Title for refusal to submit to chemical tests of blood, breath, urine, or other bodily substance for determining the alcoholic content of his blood, no license shall be reinstated or reissued to the person unless such person previously has given or immediately gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility with respect to all motor vehicles registered by him and shall show financial responsibility individually as a non-owner for a period of three years.
B. If a person is not licensed, but by final order or judgment is convicted of or forfeits any bail or collateral deposited to secure an appearance for trial for any offense requiring the suspension or revocation of license, or for operating a motor vehicle upon the highways without being licensed to do so, or for operating an unregistered motor vehicle upon the highways, no license shall be thereafter issued to such person until he shall give and thereafter maintain proof of financial responsibility, when required.
C. Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 822, §3.
Acts 1952, No. 52, §17. Amended by Acts 1966, No. 464, §1; Acts 1968, No. 273, §15; Acts 1976, No. 594, §1; Acts 1979, No. 221, §1; Acts 1979, No. 348, §1.