Can I check my drivers license status on my driving record?
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Your driver’s license status is maintained in your state driving record. The status on your certified driving record will indicate if your license is valid and you are permitted to drive, if it is in a state of withdrawal or if it has been suspended by the state. It will also state whether your license has expired. Withdrawal means that your license is or ever has been suspended, revoked or denied on a federal level; suspension means that your license has been put on hold temporarily by the state that issued your driver’s license.
If you have ever been notified by mail that your driving privileges have been withdrawn, suspended or revoked, you’ll need to periodically check your driving record online to make sure it is updated and correct. If your license is withdrawn or suspended, you may be able to get it reinstated. If your driving records are incorrect, the DMV can direct you to take the appropriate actions to correct any errors to ensure your driving privileges remain intact.
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