Driver License Revocations
Before visiting our offices, we strongly encourage you to check the status of your license to ensure you have all the documents required to complete your transaction. We will not provide this information over the phone.
If any of the following scenarios apply, refer to any of the applicable customer information publications listed below for more information and instructions.
Failed to Render Aid
Your driving privilege has been revoked for 1 year because you were convicted of failing to render aid (i.e. "hit and run").
A court has ruled to suspend or revoke your driver license indefinitely because you wrote a bad check and you failed to appear when summoned to court for prosecution.
Fleeing & Attempting to Elude
Your driving privilege has been revoked because you were cited for fleeing and/or attempting to elude law enforcement (felony offense). The revocation is for a period not less than 1 year and not more than 5 years, and is based on the court ruling.
Habitual Traffic Offender
You are considered a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) because you have accumulated violations as specified in the document above.
Violation of Chapter 893 (Controlled Substance)
A court has ruled to suspend or revoke your driver license because you were convicted of possession, sale, trafficking in, or conspiracy to possess, sell or traffic controlled substances.