Avoid a DMV License Suspension
Facing a DMV license suspension in California is not only inconvenient, it can affect your financial stability and future driving record.
A DMV suspended license means that the department of motor vehicle has withdrawn your driving privileges.
Both state and federal courts have the authority to have DMV suspend your license for a variety of reasons, including, failure to appear in court after receiving a traffic violation, failure to pay fines, failure to show proof of auto insurance, failure to make child support payments and being convicted of DUI charges.
Depending upon the infraction, a DMV license suspension can be 30 days to more than a year. The more serious the offense, the longer the DMV license suspense time.
There are even circumstances in which you can lose your license altogether. You can contact the California DMV at 800-777-0133 for further information, or consult with one of our trained Chico DUI attorneys.
We specifically suggest consulting an attorney if your DMV license suspension involves DUI charges. A single DUI conviction can result in six months of license suspension, in addition to other fines and penalties