8 Unexpected Ways You Could Lose Your Driver’s License

Failing to pay child support

Every state: This became the first non-driving offense linked to a driver’s license in 1975, when Congress established a program to ensure that noncustodial parents financially support their children. It’s the one penalty that the AAMVA says actually works, increasing child support payments in some states.

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