Termination of your driving privilege is called?
A driver who refuses to take a test to determine drug or alcohol levels will have his or her driving privilege automatically suspended for?
Driving with a cdl licience and found with Hydrocodone in your system after you roll the diesel in the state of Utah?
If you are charged with a Zero Tolerance offense this means that your driving privilege will be suspended for 1 year for a second or subsequent offense?
its slightly different in all US States. Some will include DUI, delinquent traffic tickets, excessive moving violations, more than 4 at fault accidents per year. Felony fleeing an officer. Wreckless driving putting citizens at risk. Driving is not a PRIVILEGE, it is a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT that can not be taken from you.
It's known as a 'perk' of the job. Perk derives from the word perquisite - something which is regarded as a special right or privilege enjoyed as a rsult of one's position. They have the right of "franking" mail that has to do with government business. In simpler terms it's called "franking privilege."
Some are - some aren't. I've seen very responsible 16 years olds driving and at the same time see incompetent 45 year olds driving recklessly. Driving is a privilege, not a right. The privilege is earned through demonstrating your willingness to properly operate a motor vehicle. Some people mature their driving skills faster than others. More years spent behind the wheel does not always translate into a better driver.