Driving without a license or a suspended or revoked license, is illegal in all 50 states and the consequences can be dire. In most cases, the first offense is not a simple traffic infraction, but a misdemeanor that carries much heavier penalties than a traffic ticket. Once you move on to a second offense and beyond, it can end up being a felony. You will face a license suspension, two months on the low end up to a year for a first offense. There is also a good chance your vehicle will be impounded or your license plate confiscated. Jail time up to five years is a very real possibility for anything other than a first offense, as is community service, not to mention your permanent driving record will now have a misdemeanor listed on it.
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Edit Your Post. Published by Snejina on August 22, The worry of your child being in an accident and the expensive costs of a new car insurance policy can make it seem like allowing your child to get their license was a mistake. I found that my anxieties largely subsided the more I educated myself about it and I wanted to share the tips I found the most helpful in this round-up. You just know that car accidents are the 1 cause of death for people age 15 to 24 in the US.