Within ten days after the revocation provided for by section 60-4,169, the director shall notify in writing the person whose commercial driver's license, CLP-commercial learner's permit, or privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle has been revoked that such license, permit, or privilege has been revoked. Such notice shall: (1) Contain a list of the disqualifying convictions or administrative determinations upon which the director relies as his or her authority for the revocation, with the dates on which such disqualifying violations occurred and the dates of such convictions or administrative determinations and the trial courts or administrative agencies in which such convictions or administrative determinations were rendered; (2) state the term of revocation; (3) include a demand that the commercial driver's license or CLP-commercial learner's permit be returned to the director immediately; and (4) be served by mailing the notice to such person by regular United States mail to the address of such person. Any person refusing or failing to surrender a commercial driver's license or CLP-commercial learner's permit as required by this section shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a Class III misdemeanor.
Any person who feels himself or herself aggrieved because of a revocation pursuant to section 60-4,169 may appeal from such revocation in the manner set forth in section 60-4,105. Such appeal shall not suspend the order of revocation unless a stay of such revocation shall be allowed by the court pending a final determination of the review. The license of any person claiming to be aggrieved shall not be restored to such person, in the event of a final judgment of a court against such person, until the full time of revocation, as fixed by the director, has elapsed.