|A student under age 18 may lose his or her driving permit or license for:|
Dropping Out of School
Not graduating from school without a parent or guardian's permission may be grounds for suspension of driving privileges.
Having Unexcused Absences
Staying out of school for more than 10 consecutive school days in a semester or 2 consecutive quarters can lead to the loss of a permit or license.
Being Suspended From School
A student's privilege to operate a motor vehicle may be suspended, if he or she is suspended from school for: threatening, striking, or harming a teacher, another student, or school personnel; possessing or selling alcohol or other drugs on school property; possessing or using a weapon on school property.
Being Convicted of DUI for the First Time Within a 5-Year Period
The driver will lose their license for 1 year. Your driver's license may be reinstated after the Department of Driver Services has held it for 180 days, provided that the driver has completed an approved risk reduction program and pays a reinstatement fee.
Being Convicted of Operating a Vehicle With No Insurance
The driver will lose his or her license for a minimum of 60 days. The license may be reinstated after the Department of Driver Services has held it for 60 days, provided that the driver submits a valid insurance certificate and pays a reinstatement fee.
Being Convicted of Possessing an Illegal Drug
The person will lose his or her driver's license for a period of 180 days for the 1st offense, 3 years for the 2nd offense, and 5 years for the 3rd offense. The person does not need to be operating a motor vehicle at the time of the drug offense to lose his or her license. No permits are available.