Having your license can mean the difference between working or not working, getting your kids to school, or even just being able to live life with the freedom to come and go as you need.
How can your license become suspended?
There are a multitude of reasons that your license can be suspended:
- Child support non-payment suspension
- Unpaid tickets
- Marijuana convictions
- Failure to have insurance
- Multiple driving offenses
This list represents just a few reasons as to what may lead to a license suspension.
How do I get my license back?
The answer to this question depends on why your license is suspended. Sometimes it is as easy as taking care of a ticket or making some regular child support payments. Other times it may be more complicated and could result in a scenario where there are a several court hearings and a multitude of fines that need to be paid. A look at your BMV record will give you an indication as to why your license is suspended. From there an attorney can help you figure out what steps need to be taken to get your driving privileges back.
If you are in a scenario where you currently have a HTV or Lifetime suspension your options will be more limited, but not necessarily impossible. There are a few different statutes that allow for the possibility of a Conditional Driving Privilege or recission of the lifetime suspension. In this scenario it is best to review you individual scenario with an attorney to see if you qualify for a specialized driving privilege.