Some Circumstances that Can Lead to Suspended Drivers’ Licenses

Written by Thom Goolsby


The following are just some of the circumstances that can lead to having your driving privileges suspended or revoked:

  • Dropping out of school
  • Failing to appear in court
  • Accumulation of excessive DMV points
  • Speeding over 15 mph over the speed limit and over 55 MPH
  • Two convictions for speeding over 55 MPH within a 12 month period = automatic drivers license suspension)
  • Exceeding 80 mph
  • Two convictions for careless and reckless driving within a 12 month period
  • Driving While Impaired

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