Florida law allows the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles [DMV] to suspend your driver’s license in several ways. All license suspensions are serious. They are:
- Financial Responsibility – FR Suspension
- Court Ordered Suspensions
- Point Suspensions
- Administrative Suspensions – Bad Act Suspension
If your driver’s license is suspended or will be soon, you need to take immediate action.
Quick Contact For Suspended License Issues
Drivers License Suspensions: Causes; Defenses; Solutions
Most people do not know why their driver’s license has been suspended until it happens to them. The DMV sends you a notice that either indicates that your license was suspended on a certain date or will be suspended on a certain date.
You Must Act Immediately
If your driver’s license has or will be suspended, you need to act fast. Delay can make it harder for you to reinstate your driver’s license in the future. Continued driving on a suspended license leads to criminal sanctions and jail.
Do Not Drive While Your Driver’s License is Suspended
While your driver’s license is suspended, do not drive. Knowingly driving with a suspended driver’s license is a criminal offense in Florida.
License Suspensions Do’s and Dont’s
If you have been cited for knowingly or unknowingly driving while your driver’s license was suspended:
- Don’t start paying off old traffic tickets.
- Don’t drive while your license is suspended.
- Do a Driver’s License (DL) check on yourself.
- Make a plan.
Below are links to more information about driver’s license suspensions:
- Why your driver’s license is suspended.
- How to get your driver’s license back (reinstated).
- What to do if you get a Driving While License Suspended ticket.
- What is a Business License Only driver’s license.
- DWLS Case Law.