Invalid License, the Reasons, What To Do, Consequences
Invalid or Suspended License
To have an invalid license means that your license was suspended by DPS. Driving with an invalid license with a previous conviction is a Class B Misdemeanor. It is also a Class B if your license is suspended and you do not have valid insurance. Furthermore, it is a Class B if it is suspended due to a DWI.
A Class B Misdemeanor carries a punishment range of up to $2,000 and up to 180 days in jail. All for just having a suspended license.
Why is your license invalid? There are a number of reasons that your license may be suspended.
• You have missed a court date.
• You received a DWI.
• You have a prior DWLI conviction.
• You have a previous car accident without insurance
These are just some of the reasons that your license may be suspended.