Under the Uniform Drivers’ License Act, the power to suspend or revoke an automobile driver’s license is vested exclusively in the State Department of Motor Vehicles, subject to the right of review by the Superior Court. G.S. 20-Art. 2. Consequently, the provision of the judgment of the trial court requiring the defendant to surrender his license to drive motor vehicles and prohibiting him from operating such vehicles for a period of six months is void, and is hereby stricken out. S. v. Cooper, 224 N.C. 100, 29 S.E. 2d 18; S. v. McDaniels, 219 N.C. 763, 14 S.E. 2d 793.