Here is the question: I face a Georgia DUI charge. I refused to submit to the state-administered breath test. The officer took my license and served me with a DDS Form 1205. I filed a 10-Day Letter – Georgia DUI Case 10-day letter in order to keep my license valid. I went to the ALS hearing, had a hearing, and the judge entered an order suspending my license. Can I drive on my out-of-state license, which is valid, in Georgia?
Answer: No, you cannot drive on your valid out-of-state license when you are under an order of suspension of your Georgia driver's license OR your privilege to drive in Georgia. When you suffer an administrative license suspension, it suspends your privilege to drive in Georgia, so even if you have a valid driver's license from another state, you cannot legally drive on an out-of-state license when you are under a Georgia suspension:
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