A license suspension is a temporary invalidation of your drivers' license and after the penalty time has passed, the license can be reinstated and your privileges returned. However, if your driver's license is revoked, your driving privileges are relinquished and you must apply for a new license after a minimum period set by law.
Speed limits in areas are usually: 25 to 30 mph in certain residential streets and 35 – 45 mph in certain urban arterial roads. All other interstates have a maximum speed limit of 55 mph with the limit dropping to 50 mph in central Honolulu. A maximum speed limit of 60 mph only applies to two stretches of interstate:
Most of us know how fast we can proceed at the "presumed" speed limit (which we all assume to be 5 to 10 miles above the posted speed limit). But, according to Hawaii law, all drivers are required to proceed at the posted or "absolute" speed limit.