The Department is required to withdraw a person's driver license or driving privilege for specific violations and convictions. If your driver license or driving privilege is suspended, canceled, denied or disqualified, a letter notifying you of this change will be mailed to your address on record with the Department. If your address is no longer current, you may not receive this notification that your driver license or driving privilege has been withdrawn. Failure to receive your notification does not change your driver license or driving privilege status.
Change Your Address Online
If you need to update your address so you can receive any future notifications sent by the Department, view information on changing your address. Submitting a change of address card to the United States Postal Service will not change your address on file with the Department.
Driver License Eligibility
For information on reinstating your driver license or to pay fees, please visit the License Eligibility website.
Suspensions and Withdrawals
Click on the following links for more on driver license related withdrawal information.
- Crash Suspension
- Driving While License is Invalid (DWLI) Suspension
- Alcohol Related Offenses
- Drug Related Offenses
- Traffic Related Offenses
- Out-of-State Offenses
- SR-22 Insurance Certificate Requirements
- Ignition Interlock Requirements
- Reinstating Your Driver License
- Occupational Driver License Information
For more information on suspensions and reinstatement fees, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions webpage or download the Driver License Enforcement Actions chart for a complete list of driver license suspensions and revocations.