Maybe. Alabama, at long last, has passed a law authorizing you to apply for a hardship license. So if your license is suspended and you qualify it would allow you to drive to work, church, the doc and the grocery store. However, eligibility is pretty limited. If you have a case I’ll be happy to talk with you about it. And here is the link to The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency‘s page https://www.alea.gov/dps/driver-license/license-and-id-cards/hardship-driver-license.