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If you are required to have insurance on the car and don't, in some states your license may be suspended if you're at fault for a collision and don't pay the damages or make arrangements for payment.
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If you caused property damage to another vehicle and did not pay the damage the collection agency could go through a process to have your license suspended. It is possible that a scriveners error occurred and that could end up with you being on the receiving end of a license suspension. This is not common but does occur occasionally. I haven't dealt with it on this type of issue but I do see people occasionally that get a license suspension as a result of a mistake on a ticket. You might get more information about this in the criminal defense section.