Category Archives: drivers license suspension or revocation

Why would someone’s driver’s license be revoked?

A driver’s license revocation comes from many different causes. Once your license is revoked, you can’t legally drive in this state. It can occur when you are convicted of certain driving offenses, and there are several other reasons that you might lose your driving privileges. Anyone who commits a felony using a vehicle will be unable to drive. Operating a vehicle under the influence of a drugContinue reading

Snowbirds and vehicle registration laws in Arizona

Many retirees come to Arizona during the winter to escape the cold temperatures back home, and while some snowbirds spend six or seven months in the state, many fail to properly register their vehicles. State laws require that any individual living in the state for seven months or longer in one calendar year properly register his or her vehicle. If you are driving an unregistered vehicle,Continue reading

What happens if I don’t pay a traffic ticket?

No one likes to pay a traffic ticket. Some go so far as to ignore the ticket, hoping it will fall through the cracks of the court system. People who live in other states may think that the local government will not pursue them if they are not a resident. Unfortunately, not paying a traffic ticket can lead to several unpleasant surprises. Most states haveContinue reading