My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: California
I just got back from a 3 week trip out of the country to find that my insurance was canceled due to nonpayment (more on that later). I had it reinstated yesterday and was told by Geico that everything should be fine and that the SR-22 (requirement due to a wet reckless from nearly 3 years ago) has been sent to the DMV.
This morning I was taking my vehicle to get a smog check as part of registration renewal requirement and was pulled over at a speedtrap for going 42 in a 30 while passing another vehicle. Now back to the insurance, the credit card that automatically pays the insurance was canceled because of fraudulent activity in the Mediterranean hence cancellation of insurance due to nonpayment.
So the DMV suspended my drivers license and when I was pulled over I received a fix-it ticket for my headlights (infraction), speed warning (warning only), driving on suspended license (infraction not misdemeanor, he said it could have been a misdemeanor), and my vehicle was impounded (he said he had to).
So I'm hoping someone could point me in the right direction to fix these issues...
It's going to cost $500 just to get my vehicle.
Luckless CA driver