If a driver is charged with selling false licenses but not convicted, the Registrar of Motor Vehicles may suspend his or her license for

Correct answer

  • 6 months.
  • 1 year.
  • 90 days.

Explanation

If a driver is charged with selling false licenses, the Registrar of Motor Vehicles can suspend that person's license for six months, even if the person is not actually convicted. If the driver is convicted, the Registrar can suspend his or her license for one year.

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