Driving While Suspended

Your license can be suspended or revoked for several reasons. A Driving While Suspended  or revoked traffic ticket in Missouri is a serious crime. It is misdemeanor and if you receive  enough Driving While Suspended traffic tickets, it can be a felony.  If convicted you can receive up to six months in jail and a 12 month suspension of your license.

But Speedingticketkc.com can provide you a great defense and help get you a deal to save your license and amend your Driving While Suspended or Revoked traffic ticket reduced to a non-moving violation.  We can help you keep your license and avoid any jail time.


What we need for your Driving While Suspended case

  1. Information as to why you are Suspended or Revoked.
  2. A copy of your Driving Record.
  3. A copy of your reinstatement if you are reinstated.


Cities we serve:  Belton, Blue Springs, Buckner,  Claycomo,  Excelsior Springs, Ferrelview, Gladstone,  Grandview, Greenwood, Holden, Houston Lake, Independence, Kansas City, Kearney,  Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Lake Waukomis, Lake Winnebago,  Lee’s Summit, Liberty,  North Kansas City, Oakview,  Parkville, Peculiar, Platte City, Platte Woods, Plattsburg, Pleasant Hill, Pleasant Valley,  Raymore, Raytown, Riverside, Smithville, Weatherby Lake, Wood Heights. Contact me if your ticket is not on this list.

Statewide: Missouri Fine Collection Center, Missouri State Highway Patrol

Counties we serve: Cass,  Clay, Clinton, Jackson, Platte, Polk, Ray, and Saline. Contact me if your ticket is not on this list.

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