A Points suspension is one of the many ways that your privilege to drive may be suspended. If you accumulate a specified amount of points within a certain timeframe, the DMV will issue a license suspension. Points are added to a record when someone is convicted of a moving violation. Paying a ticket counts as a guilty plea and a conviction. Before admitting guilt by paying the ticket, call Gans Law to discuss your options. If you’ve already received a points suspension or have one pending, we can help get it removed.
- Accumulating 12 points in 12 months results in a 30 day suspension of your license.
- 18 points in 18 months results in a 3-month suspension.
- 24 points in 36 months results in a one-year suspension.
|Leaving the scene of a crash resulting in more than $50 in property damage||6|
|Speeding resulting in a crash||6|
|Speeding (15 MPH or more over the speed limit)||4|
|Passing a stopped school bus||4|
|Moving violation resulting in a crash||4|
|Failing to stop at a traffic signal||4|
|Violation of traffic control sign/device||4|
|Open container as an operator||3|
|Speeding (less than 15 MPH over the speed limit)||3|
|Child restraint violation||3|
|Improper lane change||3|
|Any other moving violation not listed above||3|
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