Blaquety, if you don’t have a valid license, you cannot be legally allowed to leave the scene in your own vehicle. It gets towed, and so do you, unless said vehicle is legally registered and insured to you, you can prove who you are, and have a licensed driver with you or immediately show up to drive you home, at the attending officers’ discretion. Or the cops can cuff you and take you to the station, where your loved ones can pay your fine and then drive you home.
That's not the argument. The argument is about a revoked license, inferring the revocation was for cause, meaning the driver has an outstanding unresolved issue prohibiting them from legally operating a motor vehicle. If said driver get's caught driving a vehicle in violation of the revocation laws in every state of our Union he's earned the right to be arrested, regardless of hs political affiliation. I support that law and the law men charged with ensuring only drivers who comply with US laws are authorized to share the roadways with me and my family. Would you feel more comfortable knowing the guy who plowed into your wife's car driving on a revoked license was a conservative? I wouldn't.