You have received a ticket and found out that your license has been revoked. Now what does this mean and what do you need to do? Sometimes you’ll receive a notice in the mail from the DMV stating that your driver’s license is revoked. Let’s start by saying that you have come to the right place, The Glass Law Group. We can help you understand what you are up against and assist you in getting the situation settled so that you can get back on the road sooner than later.
First, you need to know what it means to you when your license is revoked. A revoked license means that your license is canceled and you are required to get a new one after the revocation period has ended. You have to request approval from the DMV before you are able to get a new license after the revocation period ends. Unfortunately, you may be required to go through the process of taking the written test and driving tests again, in addition to paying for a new license application. If you are considered to be a high-risk driver or you do not meet the DMV requirements, your application could be denied.
Don’t worry if we are talking over your head, our license revocation lawyer will help you understand everything that applies to your situation and will walk you through it so that you fully understand how to regain your driving privileges.
Reasons Your License Could Be Revoked
You might be wondering why your license is revoked. There are a number of reasons why this might happen. Many of the offenses that cause a person’s license to be suspended are similar to those that will cause your license to be revoked. Your license can even be revoked if you have too many repeat violations after a suspension of your license.
If you have several DUI convictions, your license could be revoked. Motorists who have too many traffic ticket point violations can find themselves with a revoked license. When a motorist is stopped and it is discovered that they are driving with a suspended license, your license could be revoked.
These are the most common violations that can get your driver’s license revoked. This will generally occur once there are multiple convictions or if the offense is serious:
- Reckless driving
Drag racing or speed contests
Failure to register your vehicle
Leaving the scene of an injury accident
Failure to answer traffic summons
Driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs
Get Professional Representation
If you are arrested for driving while your license was revoked, sure, you can contact someone to post bail but what you really need is knowledgeable attorneys from The Glass Law Group who will help you understand your rights. Give us a call and let us help you get your dignity back by getting your license reinstated and getting back out there on the road again. Allow our qualified lawyers handle your license revocation case.