License Revocation

Suspension is a temporary sanction taking away your privilege to drive. The typical length of suspension is 30 to 90 days. Revocation is permanent seizure of your driving privileges and requires a lot more steps before you are able to apply for another driver’s license.

Your license cannot be reinstated, from a suspension or revocation, without certain penalties being completed, proper documentation and approval from the governing agency.

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In some cases, restrictions such as ignition interlock and insurance requirements may remain.

What You Need To Know

 

  • Driving during a revocation or suspension can result in criminal charges, jail time, vehicle impound, increase in suspension or revocation period, increased fines and penalties. It’s best to have a good DUI lawyer and strong financing.
  • Know all the dates around the start and length of any suspension or revocation.
  • Reinstatement usually requires following a specific process, fees and additional restrictions.
  • Avoid additional hardships by pre-arranging Alternative Transportation for the duration of your penalties.
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