If you have been convicted of a DWAI or DWI offense, and if you are eligible for a conditional license, a judge may agree to delay the license suspension or revocation for up to 20 days following the conviction. This 20-day delay allows you time to obtain your conditional license.  During the 20 day stay of your suspension or revocation, you can drive without any license restrictions. However, once the 20 days is over, your suspension or revocation takes effect. However, if you enroll in the Impaired Driving Program before the 20-day period ends, you will be able to drive with a conditional license.  As a result, with a DWAI or DWI conviction, it is possible that you will always have some type of driver’s license during your case.