The prospect of losing your driving privileges can be nerve-wracking. After all, losing your driver’s license can significantly change your daily routine. Suddenly, it isn’t as easy to pick up groceries, run errands or attend important appointments. Even though there are other options available, nothing beats being able to hop in the car and do it yourself.
The California DMV may suspend your license for several reasons. But regardless of the reason, unless you pose an immediate safety risk to other drivers while you have a license, the DMV will usually allow you to request a hearing. However, in some cases they may even require you to attend a hearing.