Suspended driver's license
Find everything you need to know about suspended licenses. Discover common causes of suspended licenses, penalties for driving while your license is suspended and how to get your license reinstated. Find information on how to check your license status and how we can help get you back on the road.
Driving while intoxicated is just one of the many reasons a person can have a suspended license and driving with a suspended license can carry heavy penalties such as fines and jail time. Here, you can find information on reasons a driver may have a suspended license, how to get your license reinstated and penalties for driving while barred. Discover resources so you can check your license status in your state if you are unsure if you have a suspended license.
Q: What is a suspended license?
A: A suspended driver’s license means you are temporarily unable to drive. This is a temporary restriction and will typically be reinstated once the set requirements are met.
Q: What can cause you to have a suspended drivers license?
A: There are many different reasons your license can be suspended. Driving while under the influence, traffic citations, missed court appearances and more.
Q: What can happen if I drive with a suspended license?
A: Penalties for driving with a suspended license can vary by state and number of offenses. Penalties range from fines, driving classes and even jail time.
Q: How can I get my license reinstated?
A: If your license is suspended due to driving under the influence you may be required to install an ignition interlock to operate your vehicle. Our ignition interlock devices are easy to install and use. If you do need assistance with your device, our customer service is available 24/7 to assist customers. You may also have to pay a fee, take classes or more to have your license reinstated.
Q: Is my license suspended?
A: You can check the status of your license on your state’s DMV website.