Drivers License Suspension for Drivers Under 21 Years Old
If you are under 21 years old, you are subject to strict rules regarding your driving privileges and consequences therein for not following the laws. The Texas Transportation Code provides that a person who was under 21 years old when the offense was committed will have their license suspended for the following reasons:
1. Conviction of an alcohol related operation of a motor vehicle or boat
2. Conviction involving the manufacture, delivery, possession, transportation, or use of alcohol, dangerous drugs, or abuse volatile chemical
The license can suspended for up to a year and involve extensive conditions and penalties to reinstate your driving rights. Although you may be eligible for an occupational license, the key is avoid the suspension if possible. Sometimes, an administrative hearing can be requested to contest the suspension. However, requesting a hearing must be done timely and can be costly to conduct.
We regularly deal with clients facing these same situations and can review your case for free. We can tell you on the spot if we can assist you in keeping your license. We can provide you with options to keep you on the road legally. Trust me, you will not make your situation better by continuing to drive with an invalid or suspended drivers license or trying to ignore a potential suspension. It will not go away easily. Contact us today to setup your free case review.
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