If your driver license was suspended by the local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), there can be a few reasons for that, such as getting a DUI, failing to pay child support, or accumulating too many driving record points. Some things vary by state, but in order to get back on the road legally you will need to enroll in a defensive driving course or pay a fee, in addition to refraining from driving for a while.

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