Prostitution, public intoxication and more
We're not saying these are related, just that plenty of behaviors deemed socially unacceptable can cost you your driver's license, even if none of them are undertaken behind the wheel of a car.
Once you lose your license, you'll probably feel worse.
A 2006 state of New Jersey survey identified the psychological and social repercussions: 83 percent of those who'd lose their driver's licenses experienced increased stress; 81 percent reported experiencing a loss of freedom; 74 percent said it placed a strain on family, friends and colleagues; 69 percent felt ashamed; and 68 percent said they were too embarrassed to tell anyone.
Pages in this slideshow:
- 12 ways good drivers lose their licenses
- Unpaid parking tickets
- Borrowing the wrong car
- Possessing alcohol as a minor
- Driving without insurance
- Bounced or bad checks
- Litter, overdue library books and more
- Overdue student loans
- Failure to pay child support
- Marijuana possession
- Prostitution, public intoxication and more
- Failure to appear in court
- Fuel theft, piracy and a lot more