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. 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 available.
  • Know all the dates around the start and length of any suspension or revocation.
  • Reinstatement usually requires a process, fees and additional restrictions.
  • Pre-arrange Alternative Transportation for the duration of your loss of your penalties.
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