How long is a driver license revoked for?
It depends on the offense...could be 30 days or a year or more. Answer
It also depends on your location/area - local laws. Some places have as little as 12hr suspensions but again as I agree with the above it totally depends on the offense(s).
My driver 's license was revoked 20 years ago for DUI I was ticketed for expired registration I have proof that the registration is valid but they also ticketed me for the revoked license?
What would happen to the license of a driver who was involved in an accident and did not stop to stop to help persons who were injured?
Your license is revoked for the period of time according to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense. If you are caught driving on the revoked after you have your license revoked for the period of time the judge ordered. After that your license is then suspended when you are serving the time over and above the revokation for driving on the revoked, and then your license is then considered suspended at that time. Usually you…
A revoked license means the license was taken away. A restricted license means someone still has a license, but is limited in what they can do with it. For example, a person cannot legally drive with a revoked drivers license, but might be able to legally drive to and from work with a restricted license.
Under Ontario law, driving without a license can be punished by fines and even prison time. This varies depending on why the license is suspended or revoked and what the driver does while driving without a license. If a person is injured or killed by an unlicensed driver, that driver can face life in prison.