Driving While License Invalid
Has your license recently been suspended or revoked due to driving while license invalid (DWLI)? Contact Bonnie Wolf and get the help you need to reinstate your license.
In Texas, operating a motor vehicle when a person’s driver’s license has been revoked, suspended or canceled is considered a criminal offense. The first occurrence of driving while license invalid (DWLI) can be punishable with a fine up to $500.00 as well as other consequences.
Drivers may not even be aware that their license is invalid. Here are a few common reasons a person can have their license revoked and risk driving while license invalid:
- Second offense of No Insurance Traffic Ticket
- Unpaid tickets
- Four moving violations in the span of one year or seven in two years
- Drug offense
- Minor or major alcohol offense
Don’t plead guilty to a driving while license invalid ticket; call Bonnie Wolf!
How Bonnie Wolf Can Help You
Bonnie Wolf can help identify and restore driving privileges in most cases. Texas Transportation Code can be tricky but luckily, Bonnie Wolf is an expert in navigating the law and your rights. Even if we can’t restore your license, you may be eligible for an Occupational License. Call the Wolf today!