Alternative Transportation

Alternative transportation might be more affordable than you think.

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What to Expect

  • If your license is suspended, you may have to rely on alternative transportation to get to and from work, school, treatment, and many other destinations.
  • Driving without a license is a criminal offense, meaning possible jail time, vehicle impound, and increased penalties.
  • There are many options for alternative transportation such as mass public transportation, Dial-a-Ride, rideshare and taxis.

Alternative Transportation FAQs

How do I get alternative transportation?

Use our provider marketplace to find alternative transportation services in your area.

Is driving without a license a criminal offense?

Yes. Driving without a license is a criminal offense, meaning possible jail time, vehicle impound, and increased penalties.

Is alternative transportation expensive?

For some, alternative transportation may be less than the total cost of owning a car when considering depreciation, registration, insurance, gas and maintenance. It’s definitely less expense than the penalties for driving on a suspended or revoked license.

Why do I need alternative transportation?

You can’t drive with a suspended or revoked license. That means you’ll have to use alternative transportation to get to and from work and anywhere else you need to go.

Is Lyft considered alternative transportation?

Yes. Lyft is the the app that gets you rides in minutes. Use our provider marketplace to find out if Lyft is offered in your area and get discounts.