Contact a vehicle and traffic law attorney in your area or find one here on avvo.com. Good luck with it.
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I agree with Mr. Varble, contact a lawyer that handle traffic cases. There may be a process to get your license back when you show that you have an installment agreement to pay the judgment. Good luck.
Consult with a local lawyer who handles license suspensions. Let him/her guide you through the process.
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All of the previous answers are good. However, if none of those approaches works for you, you may consider a bankruptcy. The cost of a simple personal bankruptcy is less than $10,000.00, and it resolves not only the judgment you asked about, but other debts as well. This is only a last resort, but it might be worth consideration.
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Hire a local attorney. One avenue not suggested in the others answers is to see if your lawyer can negotiate a settlement for a one time payment. The lawyer should have better luck getting ahold of the debt collector. You may be able to get a substantial discount for a settlement. That would solve the license issue, the debt collection issue and help your credit without resorting to bankruptcy or other payment plans in an attempt reinstate your license.
Retain a local Warminster lawyer to resolve it. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" tool to find a top-rated Avvo lawyer with a low contingency fee within a couple miles of your home. Good luck.
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