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Keeping Your License 
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Keeping Your License 

 Driving is a privilege. 
If you commit a serious traffic violations or several less serious one, you may lose that privilege through  suspension or revocation. 

Suspensions means your license is taken away for a period of time. 

Revocation means your license is canceled completely. 

Probation Period 

  You  will be on probation after you pass your road test, or getting a new license after a revocation. 

Your license will be suspended for additional time if you are found guilty of any two moving violations during the probation period. 


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