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Snooki's driving is finito!

Italian cops have revoked the Jersey Shore star's license after she smacked into a police car in Florence while filming the fourth season of the show in Italy on Monday.

So how long will Italy's streets be Snooki-free?

At least 15 days, according to authorities.

We're sure the locals will take what they can get with the guidette menace off the roads.

With castmate Deena Cortese and a member of the show's production team along for the ride, the Snookster slammed into the back of a traffic patrol car that was acting as the safety escort for the pint-sized star.

She was not arrested, but was taken to fill out paperwork at the central police station in Florence. Then her license was confiscated.

Florence's road safety coordinator Mario Rondinelli said today that no alcohol was involved in the crash. He added that two of the city's cops were slightly injured but not hospitalized after the accident. Snooki and Deena refused treatment following the crash, which pinned the patrol car against a highway wall.

Rondinelli explained that Snooki's international license had to be revoked by law because the cops had been injured. In the meantime, she'll have to rely on her crazy housemates to chauffeur her around the city.

This season of the show is shaping up to be pretty insane. Just prior to the accident, we learned that Ronnie Ortiz-Magro  wasn't really done with on-off girlfriend Sammi Giancola as they were snapped strolling around the city holding hands. Then he allegedly had a brawl with Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, who was left with a bruised face after what producers deemed "an injury" at the house.

WIth all this drama, is there enough time for GTL? 

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