Thank you, W.
What you are talking about is the new law that states if one has:
In last 25 years, three or four alcohol/drugged driving
related convictions or incidents + one Serious Driving Offense (SDO), they can result in permanent denial.
So it is not just three or more convictions, there needs to be another SDO as well. For the full law, see here
Know that even if the license is restricted/denied, one can appeal
the decision based on extenuating circumstances.or if I move can I get a license in another state?
I am afraid not. The Driver License Compact has all states sharing information. If one member state voids the license, so will another state until the original member state lifts the voidance. All US states share major violation information at this time via the Driver License Compact. So if NY considers your license void, most likely another state will not grant one either.
I am sorry.
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