The penalty for driving with a suspended license varies from state to state. You will want to contact your state's Department of Motor Vehicles.
Most states break down suspension penalties by the reason for suspension:
- suspension for driving without insurance
- failure to comply with a traffic summons or appear in court
- suspended for being incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely
- suspension for too many license points in a certain time period
- suspension for a violation (not DUI related) resulting in death or personal injury
- suspended for being delinquent in child support
- suspension or revoked for inadequate vision
By state, each reason for suspension may have different associated penalties and fees.
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