There is only one thing you can do, and that one thing is still drive.
Your licence and registration are suspended, remember? You said so yourself. Suspended means you're not allowed to drive, not at all, not even just a little bit. The only way to drive while suspended is to actually drive while suspended. All you need to do is not get caught.
20 years ago, it was really easy to not get caught. Cop cars had onboard computers, but they were slow and clunky and it was faster to call plate numbers in over the radio. People could drive for years at a time while suspended and not get caught, as long as they were careful.
Even 10 years ago, it was still pretty safe to drive while suspended. Cops had faster computer networks, but they still had to key in every plate number and wait for a response on any alerts. Dash cams existed back then, but they were wickedly expensive and didn't do image recognition very well.
But now, totally different story. Dash cams and image-scanning packages are as cheap as dirt, and computer networks are real-time fast. That means any cop car can automatically scan 2 plates per second (in any direction) in a 20m radius, and any alerts will beep up on their screen instantly. Alerts are things like reported stolen, expired tags, owner has warrants, owner has suspended licence, suspended plates, etc.
I got popped a few years ago with expired plates, and that's the software that got me caught. I was actually two cars behind the cop car and one lane over, and it still spotted me. But driving with expired plates is among the smallest of minor offences, and driving with a suspended licence is one of the biggest. When (not if) you get caught, you won't have much hope of a defence.