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Interest is provided for by law on all judgments. So the interest keeps adding up on the remaining balance of a judgment until the judgment is paid off (including all of that interest). Unfortunately, when a judgment is for a car accident, they can suspend your license for non-payment.
If you cannot keep paying and have other debts as well that you cannot afford to pay, then I would suggest that instead of using money to pay this judgment that you should go to a local bankruptcy attorney and file bankruptcy which would cause this debt and all of your other unsecured debts to be dismissed and erased and then once that happens DMV
has to reinstate your license as the debt on the judgment is no longer valid.
However, if you do not qualify for bankruptcy, then you need to consider borrowing money from someone else and pay this judgment off to stop the interest from continuing to pile up.
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