In most states, revocation of a license can be a very common thing and affect a person’s life in many drastic ways. Revocation of a license can happen for a few reasons including, driving without insurance, failing to pay traffic tickets, failing to pay child support, or getting too many points on your license.
A revocation is when your license is permanently canceled and taken from you. The repercussions of a revocation are much more serious than a suspension. To regain your license, you must pass the necessary tests as well as apply for a whole new license.
License records are shared statewide, so if you lose your license, you will not be able to apply for a license in any other state, including your state of residence, unless you have cleared up all issues with your previous license.
Experiencing a revocation can cause many distresses in your life including major warning signs for possible places of employment, institutions, and even friends and family.
To get assistance and consultation about your revocation, please contact us today!