Q: I just got a 4th driving while suspended.im a habitual.im self employed and have to drive for work. What will happen
A: Being issued a license to drive and driving on state and federal highways is a privilege, not a right. You can lose that privilege if you are a habitual offender and the state revokes your license. Being self employed, or needing to drive for work is not a defense to habitual offenses. Any suspension of your driving privilege will result in your vehicle insurance rates to go up, drastically. You need to consult an attorney in your local area that practices this kind of law. Thank you for using Justia Ask a Lawyer.
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