There are a several reasons the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles can suspend a Florida driver’s license. Many Florida drivers are surprised to find out that their license is no longer valid and has been suspended. Common reasons for suspension can include the following:
- Points suspensions;
- Child support delinquency;
- DUI arrest or conviction;
- DUI Refusal
- Habitual Traffic Offender classification;
- Traffic violation resulting in personal injury or death;
- Failure to pay fines, court judgments, or court costs;
- Failure to appear in court;
- Failure to maintain continuous auto insurance;
- Drug-related convictions;
- Inadequate vision;
- Failure to complete court-ordered traffic school.
If you have been accused of driving with a suspended or revoked license, you need to speak with an experienced attorney immediately. An experienced lawyer can explain the reasons for the suspension or revocation and review defense options to contest the charge and minimize penalties. If your Florida license has been suspended or revoked, call D’Lugo and DeFlora, P.A. at 407.870.5551 today.