Suspension involves the temporary withdrawal of your privilege to drive. The state may reinstate that privilege after a designated time period and payment of a fee. You may also restore the privilege by remedying the underlying cause of the suspension, such as buying automobile insurance.
Cancellation involves voluntarily giving up your driving privilege without penalty. Cancellation allows you to reapply for a license immediately.
Revocation aims both to discipline the driver and protect the public. Revocation involuntarily ends your driving privilege. Revocation generally is permanent until you are eligible after a minimum period set by law to apply for a new license. The state may conduct a reinstatement hearing. You may have to retake a driver's license examination.
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