If your driver's license is suspended for any reason, such as driving under the influence of alcohol, you will soon realize that your life will need to change. For example, you will not have access to a vehicle for getting to and from work and/or school. This can pose a major problem in your life.
Citizens of South Carolina trust the police force to provide protection from harm. Usually, these expectations are fulfilled, but once in a while, even those in a position of authority can make a mistake. Reportedly, this is what recently happened when a sheriff's deputy with the Charleston County sheriff's office was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.
Your driver's license is your ticket for getting from A to B, and when it gets revoked it can create a lot of inconvenience. As such it is important for South Carolina drivers to understand what circumstances could result in the revocation or suspension of one's license. One of the most common scenarios that triggers a license suspension, for example, is a DUI charge.