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My License is Suspended/Revoked Because of an Abuse and Lose Action
If you were under 21 years of age when you received a DWI or had any other alcohol related traffic incident, or if you pled guilty to possession or use of a controlled substance while driving a motor vehicle at any age, you may have an Abuse and Lose Revocation.
An Abuse and Lose action can result in either a 90 suspension, or a one year revocation, depending on your charge.
If you are in the middle of an Abuse and Lose suspension or revocation, you may be eligible for a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP). In order to obtain an LDP, you must fill out the proper application and file an SR-22 through your auto insurance agent.
Once your Abuse and Lose suspension or revocation time is up, you can have your full license reinstated by completing SATOP and paying a reinstatement fee to your local driver's license office.
Once you have dealt with your Abuse and Lose holds, you're ready to move on:
If there are other types of holds on your license, visit the corresponding link below
- My license is suspended/revoked because of Failures to Appear (FTAs)--I missed a court date
- My license is suspended/revoked because I have too many points
- My license is suspended because I had a DWI/DUI
- My license is suspended/revoked for a health reason
- My license is suspended/revoked because of a Motor Vehicle Accident Judgment against me
- My license is suspended/revoked because I'm behind on child support
- I'm on a 5 or 10 year denial
If there are no other types of holds on your license, you're ready to deal with your current Driving While Suspended/Revoked ticket