Will a drivers license status check tell me whether I need to renew or if my license is suspended?

A drivers license status check only gives you current information about the drivers license: whether it is valid, suspended, or expired.  It may also tell you when it expires. A status check is available for free from many states online or by phone; usually, you have to have the driver’s license number, social security number, address of record, and phone number. Some states, like Washington and West Virginia, only require the driver’s license number. California asks you to fill out a form and pay a $5 fee.

For a full history of your drivers license status, order a driving record. This will tell you when a suspended license can be reinstated and when it became suspended. A record also explains how many points you have.

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