Try to drive away from the gas pumps without paying and you might not be driving for a while. A new law in effect revokes the driving privileges of those who drive off from service stations without paying. It’s taken a couple of years for the Missouri Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores Association to get the Legislature to pass the law. But it was passed during the last session of the Legislature and signed into law. Missouri is the sixteenth state to take away licenses of drive-offs for as much as six months. In 1999, drive-offs cost each gas station and convenience store in the country an average of $2,600.