The Georgia Department of Driver Services has a new way to check the status of your license. A simple visit to their website with your license number can clarify some concerns.
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Curious about the status of your Georgia Driver’s License? You can easily obtain information regarding the status of your license through Georgia’s Department of Driver’s Services. A driver’s license status can be affected by either a Cancellation, Revocation or Suspension of Georgia driving privileges.
Click Here to Check Your Georgia Driver’s License Status
Follow This Link: https://online.dds.ga.gov/dlstatus/
*Although it can be very helpful, please note that this firm does not guarantee the accuracy of the Georgia DDS website as it is out of our control.*
There are several reasons why a driver’s privileges may be put on hold. For instance a Cancellation might be caused when a driver gives incorrect information to the DDS or if information on a driver’s application is incorrect.
A Revocation often occurs after sufficient evidence is presented to determine a driver unfit to operate a vehicle due to alcohol or drug addiction.
Suspension of a Driver’s License can occur for several violations, such as Racing, Hit and Run, Eluding an officer, DUI Refusal, Driving without Insurance just to name a few. In some situations, however, a driver may qualify for a Limited Driving Permit.
If you are concerned with the status of your Georgia Driver’s License, please visit the Department of Driver’s Services link to check your status: https://online.dds.ga.gov/dlstatus/
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About the attorney: Anne Bishop is a Georgia Lawyer with A. Bishop Law in Gainesville, Georgia and handles various DUI / DWI, Marijuana Arrests and other Georgia Criminal Defense matters. The law office of A. Bishop Law can assist clients throughout Georgia including: Hall County (Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch), Jackson County (Jefferson, Braselton) White County (Helen, Cleveland), Lumpkin County (Dahlonega), Dawson County (Dawsonville), Habersham County (Demorest, Cornelia), and all of Northeast Georgia.
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