You’re sitting in the passenger seat of your mom’s car waiting for her to take you to your best friend’s house. You’re fifteen and a half. This means you can get your driver’s permit and soon you can get your driver’s license, too. Your friend just turned sixteen and got her license, but her parents can’t afford to buy her a car. Plus, they don’t want to put her on their Auto Insurance and pay for her gas.Read More »Why Don’t Millennials Want to Drive?
California drivers can have their driver’s license suspended for a variety of reasons. This can include being cited for driving without insurance, getting a DUI or failing to appear in court. The grounds for your driver’s license suspension will affect what must be done to have your driving privileges reinstated.Read More »Your License Is Suspended … Now What?