When requested to take the test, the law enforcement officer will inform the person that evidence of refusal to take the test may be used against such person and that the person’s license shall be immediately revoked upon refusal to take the test. The revocation period is one (1) year.
In this event, the officer shall serve the notice of license revocation personally upon the person and shall take possession of any license to operate a motor vehicle issued by Missouri which is held by that person. The officer shall issue a temporary permit, on behalf of the director of revenue, which is valid for fifteen days and shall also give the person a notice of such person’s right to file a petition for review to contest the license revocation.
For more information, visit our Chemical Test Refusal page.