I promise you'll be wasting your time. That is not what a "hardship license" is all about.
A hardship license is all about when you cannot legally drive, but if you cannot drive, you'll be in a crisis because of lack of work, medical services, food etc..
HARDSHIP LICENSE – A restricted license issued administratively in accordance with statutes or by order of the court to an applicant whose driving privileges are under suspension. This license allows the applicant to drive during the period of suspension to earn a livelihood or to maintain the necessities of life.
Again, I am legally emancipated. I could easily be in my own apartment, but I have chosen to stay with my grandparents, who are retired and in their 70s/80s.. both with health problems. I take care of them. I pay rent. I work hard at 3 jobs in order to care for myself and this house. Now don't get me wrong, my grandparents aren't "vegetables", but they are getting very old, forgetful, senile, and their health and eyesight is deteriorating. My grandpa used to be the one to bring me to and from work, but like I said, my grandparent's are getting too old for certain things..
If I cannot get to work, I will be homeless and hungry. And if I cannot get to school, well let's just say I'll be working at Claires, Canes, and Wendy's for a longgggggggg time. Period. Both a grocery store and my doctor is in walking distance so I can handle that, but school and work is a very different story. What more of a hardship do I have to have than that? Is work, food, school, and medical needs not a necessity of life?
Again, it won't hurt to call and ask. If it's impossible, I'll just call cabs for 6 months. Thanks for your responses.