Car insurance suspended license problems usually mean that you will lose your license for a term if you are caught driving uninsured (it's also unregistered because your plates are canceled as soon as your insured status is reported). The following jurisdictions will suspend your license for a term if you are caught driving without insurance: Georgia, Illinois; New York (although this can be cleared if you reinsure quickly), Oregon, Minnesota, California (a sliding scale is used in California to determine the length of the suspension), Ohio, Florida, Colorado and Texas. Other states may revoke your license if there are other infractions involved as well, such as speeding or leaving the scene of property damage or an injury accident.
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