Almost 2 million registered drivers in Florida have suspended driver’s licenses and most of those suspensions stem from non-driving offenses.
Many drivers with suspensions do not know their licenses are suspended since the only notice they receive is mailed to their address. When they are pulled over and their licenses come up as suspended, they can face jail time, a criminal record, pay hefty fees and be required to have SR-22 insurance to get their driving privileges reinstated.
- Failing to maintain an SR22
- Not paying a red light camera ticket
- Not attending traffic school
- Not showing up for a court date
- Unpaid child support payments