Driving privileges can be revoked for reasonable violations. These violations may pertain to driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated that leads to disobedience to simple or complex road laws. However, it is more intricate than that. If you don’t want your driving license suspended, it would be better to read this article so you can be guided.

Here are the basic grounds on how your driving license can be suspended:

  1. You have to violate not only one, but three or more traffic laws before your driver’s license can be suspended. These violations have to be “moving”, which means it has to be a crime conducted while driving because parking tickets don’t count. Some states have exempted minors while some suspend licenses on one moving violation especially when the driver is less than 18 years of age.
  2. Some states make use of the point system that adds up all your traffic law violations in a period of time before your license can be finally suspended. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, it wouldn’t matter if you were not found at fault because some states will add up the points to finally have your privileges suspended.
  3. If you have been involved in an accident that can potentially suspend your license, you have to know that there is a process. You will be entitled to a hearing conducted by a motor vehicle bureau officer. It would be wise to attend and prepare for the hearing because your driving privileges are at stake. It would be wiser to seek the help of a lawyer to represent you.

Here are tips to prevent driver’s license suspension:

  1. Drive responsibly, safely, and carefully. DUI and DWI are high earning points violations that will warrant immediate suspension of your driver’s license.
  2. If you believe the traffic officer has made a mistake, you can contest this legally. You can fight the ticket in court.
  3. Attend traffic school. This will not only give you an immaculate traffic reputation by wiping your violation off the slate, it will really make you a responsible driver in the long run.

Facing a driver’s license problem is a legal debacle you can always prepare for. Make sure you get the legal help possible to prevent your driver’s license from being suspended.

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