License Suspensions

License Suspensions


In PA, among other reasons, your license may be suspended for:

  • Unpaid child support
  • Unpaid parking tickets
  • DUI
  • Hit and run, Racing, Excessive Points, Breath test refusal
  • Drug possession
  • Underage drinking

If you are convicted of driving while your license is under suspension, you could be sentenced to up to 90 days in jail and will have to pay a fine of at least $100. Driving while under suspension for a DUI related offense has even greater consequences. In addition to having fines in excess of $100, your suspension will likely be extended or your license revoked entirely. This may in turn affect your ability to secure a job or share custody of your children, if applicable. It may also increase your automobile insurance premiums.

Although driving while your license is under suspension is only a summary offense, the consequences can be extreme.

If you or someone you care about has been charged with driving while your license is under suspension, contact our office today for your free consultation.

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