SUSPENDED LICENSE INFORMATION FOR OHIO
(SEE BELOW FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) INFORMATION)
There is a difference between having your Ohio driver’s license suspended and having it revoked.
- A suspension means you cannot drive for a certain period of time, but can get your license back later.
- A revocation of your license means your driver’s license is cancelled, and you will need to submit to an investigation before you can obtain another license.
Insurance companies keep a close watch on license suspensions / revocations. Your insurance premiums may go up drastically, and you may be labeled a “high-risk” customer. Even worse, your insurance company may cancel your policy, leaving you to search for insurance with the “high-risk” driver tag, meaning you’ll have to pay much higher premiums. It is recommended that you get in touch with a DUI/DWI lawyer as they are experts at handling such incidents and can offer you the best advice. Additionally, you will face Heavy Fines and Reinstatement Fees, and Points on your driver’s license! All this information can be found on our website. You could also contact an STA Advisor absolutely FREE!!!