How do I find out when my driver's license will be off suspension?

If you're sitting there wondering, "How do I find out when my driver's license will be off suspension?" here's what you do.

Get a copy of your driving record online or from your local Department of Motor Vehicles. These can sometimes be ordered online and printed yourself, but some states may require you to appear in person. Most states charge a fee for the service.

The driving record will show your convictions, points, and suspended license dates, as well as the date you are eligible for reinstatement. How far back the report goes varies; usually it dates back at least three years.

Note that all states share this information, so if your driver’s license is suspended in any state, you cannot get a license in a different state.

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