If you need to know if your driving license is suspended, the easiest way is to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles directly. The DMV advises that you have the right to request a copy of your driving record, and this will have any history of suspensions on it.
According to the DMV's website, the first thing you need to do to check if your driving license is suspended is to contact your state's DMV. You may be able to call the DMV directly to ask if your license is suspended. The department should be able to tell you. If not, once you contact the DMV. you can find out your state's specific process for obtaining your personal driving record. Generally, obtaining your driving record involves filling out several forms and issuing a formal request. Depending on your state, you may be able to do this online through the DMV's website, through the mail by filling out forms and sending them in, or by going into your local DMV and applying for the driving records in person. In order to apply for your driving record, you'll need some form of verified identification, and may have to pay a small fee that varies by state.