When can a driver’s license be revoked?

A driver’s license can be revoked for many reasons.

For example, a conviction for certain offenses.

Here are a few offenses that can lead to a revoked driver’s license.

  • Driving while impaired
  • Excessive speeding
  • Refusing to take a breath or blood test when arrested for driving while impaired
  • Accumulating too many driver’s license points for traffic offenses
  • Failing to appear for, or failing to pay, a traffic ticket

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