A Missouri driver under 21 years of age may have his or her license suspended for 90 days for committing which of the following offenses?

Correct answer

  • DWI
  • Using a falsified driver's license
  • Possession of drugs while operating a vehicle

Explanation

If a driver under the age of 21 is convicted of DWI, being in possession of a controlled substance while driving, or using a falsified driver's license, his or her driving privileges will be suspended for 90 days. If a MO driver under the age of 18 is convicted of possessing or using alcohol for the second time, his or her driving privileges will also be suspended for 90 days.

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