NO! Driving on a revoked license is deliberat act, providing that you knew you are not supposed to drive.
Depending on the state laws in your state, you can receive a pricey ticket, have your drivers license revoked, have your car impounded, have your tag revoked, have your registration cancelled and these are just assuming you didn't get involved in an accident. If you were in an accident that's another long list.
Barring any exclusions in your policy if the driver had your permission to drive they will be considered an insured driver thus afforded coverage.
Depends on which state you live in, but in most states a license can be suspended or revoked, and in some states it is an "automatic" penalty.
Provisional license insurance is insurance for people who have a provisional drivers license. A provisional license is for drivers under the age of 16 who are driving with a learners permit or a person who has previously had a license revoked or suspended and who has recently obtained a new license.
Your license is revoked for the period of time according to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense. If you are caught driving on the revoked after you have your license revoked for the period of time the judge ordered. After that your license is then suspended when you are serving the time over and above the revokation for driving on the revoked, and then your license is then considered suspended at that time. Usually you will receive an extra year for each driving on the revoked you are charged with. Hope this helps!
The penalties for driving on a revoked license in Massachusetts include losing your license for up to one year as well as fines of about $500.
Driving While License Revoked
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety does not use a point system for driver citations. If you are driving without insurance, your license can be suspended, revoked or canceled.
Depending on the severity of the offense, a license could be revoked anywhere from a few weeks to permanently. Driving with a revoked license can cause the suspension to be extended if you are caught.
The drivers license can be revoked for speeding, reckless driving, when one leaves the scene of an accident with injuries and when one drives under the influence of alcohol or prohibited substances. Other causes for revoking one's drivers license are refusal of alcohol test, refusal to pay a traffic fee or refusal to declare an accident.
You mean you were driving while your license was suspended. You disregarded the punishment the judge gave you for whatever laws you broke previously. Driving on a suspended license is again breaking a law. You might get your license revoked permanently.
It could be, especially if the person with the revoked license is involved in an accident because he cannot legally drive a vehicle and she committed insurance fraud by not telling her insurance company the spouse was in the household.