Lamarcus Thomas never had a license to suspend. He’s got one now.
And he paid for it.
Like over a million other Ohioans, Thomas, now 20, owed thousands of dollars in court and reinstatement fees after several traffic offenses, some that began as a teen.
One by one, he paid it off.
“Money. It’s all about money,” the Akron resident said. “It’s not fair. It’s like I know a lot of people right now that can actually go get their license, but they’re not financially set to go get their license, so.
Ohio is trying to figure out how to fix its license suspension crisis. Over a million drivers in the state have their license suspended.
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