It is the Secretary of State, not a collection agency that will revoke your driving privileges if you had no proof of financial responsibility when you were the at-fault driver in an accident.
You must contact the insurance company who is trying to get their money back and try to arrange a repayment schedule or your license will be revoked.
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Only the Secretary of State can suspend your license. The collection agency is enforcing a debt related to an incident involving property damage in which you were involved. You would need to contact the Secretsry of State to determine whether your license is suspended or whether you need to enter into an installment agreement.
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