What Is the Difference in a License Being Suspended or Revoked?


The difference in a license being suspended or revoked is that when a license is revoked you have a harder time getting it back. When a license is suspended, the court will give you the actions needed to complete to get your license back.
Q&A Related to "What Is the Difference in a License Being Suspended..."
A suspended driver's license results in the temporary loss of driving privileges and is less severe than a license revocation. A revoked driver's license is a formal action to terminate
suspended is temporary. revoked is forever.
You are simply ineligible to reapply for your license until you have complete alcohol treatment program.
Revocation of a license is defined as a formal action to terminate a license. Suspension is less severe & is the temporary withdrawal of the license.
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