Driving With a Suspended License vs. Driving With No License
Driving with a suspended license is a different offense to driving without a license. Driving with a suspended license runs a serious risk of imprisonment for up to six months, a penalty of $1000, and your vehicle might be impounded for 30 days. Driving without a license is, however, a lesser offense.
There are multiple reasons for the suspension of a Driver's license. Here are some of the typical traffic infractions for which your license may be suspended:
- DUI/DWI offense
- Reckless Driving
- No Automobile Insurance
- Outstanding Warrants
- Failure to report an accident
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