Common Offenses With Driver's License Suspensions and Revocations

Offense                  Suspension/Revocation

Murder resulting from operation of a motor vehicle; DUI manslaughter where conviction represents a subsequent DUI-related conviction; 4th DUI (See 322.26, Florida Statutes)

Permanent revocation

 

Any felony where a motor vehicle is used; failure to stop and render aid when required in a crash resulting in death or personal injury; perjury to the Department under 322.26; conviction of 3 charges of reckless driving within 3 months; conviction of lewdness or prostitution with the use of a motor vehicle; conviction of any offense where there is the use of a motor vehicle and the Court feels it warrants the revocation of a driving; fraudulent insurance claims (See 322.26, Florida Statutes)

Indefinite revocation

 

DUI; Refusal (See 316.193, Florida Statutes)

Anywhere from 6 months to permanent revocation

 

Fleeing/Eluding law enforcement (See 316.1935, Florida Statutes)

Anywhere from 1 year to 5 year suspension

 

Possession of Controlled Substances (See 322.055, Florida Statutes)

1 year suspension

 

Theft (See 812.014, Florida Statutes)

Anywhere from 6 months to 1 year suspension

 

Racing on Highways (See 316.191, Florida Statutes)

1 year suspension

 

Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) (See 322.264, Florida Statutes)

5 year suspension

 

Failure to pay child support

Suspended until paid

 

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