What are some examples of different kinds of withdrawal types on a driving record?

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Your driving record abstract or certified driving record may show different types of withdrawal. There are several different types of withdrawal that may appear on your driving record, including suspension, cancellation, disqualification and revocation.

Suspension occurs when the DMV has determined you have exceeded the maximum number of points allowed to continue to drive or when a judge has ordered you not to drive for any number of reasons. This will appear on your personal driving record as a suspension, and after a certain period of time your privileges will be reinstated. For a regular, non-commercial driver’s license, your record will state “suspended.” However, if you possess a commercial driver’s license which has been suspended, your driving record will say “withdrawal.”

Cancellation will appear on your driving records when your driving privileges have been taken away – voluntarily or involuntarily – for an indeterminate period of time and will not be reinstated unless you take further action.

Disqualification usually applies to people who possess a commercial driver’s license. You can become disqualified by failing to submit proof of passing a physical exam, earning a certain number of demerit points for traffic violations, or being involved in a car accident where you were at fault. Your will reflect this by listing “disqualified” beside your license type.

A revocation will be listed if your driving privileges have been revoked; that is, taken away from you involuntarily.

A quick check of your driving record online will let you know what types of withdrawals may be on your records. If you discover an error, your local DMV will instruct you on the correct forms to file to have your license reinstated and have the errors removed from your driving record.

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