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Insurance Increases

Traffic convictions cause your insurance carrier to consider you a higher risk and can result in an increase your insurance rate. Although points are only counted against you for 18 months from the date of a violation, the moving violation remains on your record for 3 or more years for insurance companies to see.

Driver Responsibility Assessments

The DMV assesses a penalty over and above any fines that you pay to the court if you accumulate too many points. The Driver Responsibility Assessment starts at $300 for accumulation of six points plus an additional $75 for every point over six.

Points & License Suspensions

  • Points remain on your driving record for 18 months from the date of the violation
  • A moving violation remains on your driving record for 3 or more years from the date of your conviction
  • If you accumulate 6 or more points, the DMV issues a Driver Responsibility assessment. The assessment is $300 for the first 6 points and $75 per point over 6
  • If you accumulate 11 or more points within an 18 month period, the DMV will suspend your license
  • If you are convicted of one 11 point speeding violation, the DMV will suspend your license
  • Three or more speeding ticket convictions with dates of violation within an 18 month period, will lead to a license revocation

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Traffic Violation Points

ViolationPoints
Speeding 1 to 10 mph over limit   3
Speeding 11 to 20 mph over limit   4
Speeding 21 to 30 mph over limit   6
Speeding 31 to 40 mph over limit   8
Speeding over 40 mph over limit  11
600-1-a Leaving the Scene of an Accident – Property Damage   3
600-2a Leaving the Scene of an Accident – Personal Injury (Misdemeanor)   3
1102 Failure to Comply with a Lawful Order   2
1110 (a) Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device   2
1110 (a)(1) Passed Green Arrow   3
1111 (d)(1) Passed Red Light   3
1111 (a)(1) Passed Red Arrow   3
1120 (a) Failure to Keep Right   3
1122 Improper Lane Change   3
1128 (a) Unsafe Lane Change   3
1129 (a) Following Too Closely (Tailgating)   4
1140 Failure to Yield Right of Way at Intersection   3
1141 Failure to Yield Right of Way--Oncoming Traffic   3
1143 Failure to Yield Right of Way--Pedestrians   3
1144 -a Failed to Yield Right of Way to an Emergency Vehicle   3
1144-a(a) Failure to Move Over   2
1163 Failure to Signal Lane Change   2
1172 Failure to Stop at Stop Sign or Flashing Red Light   3
1180 (a) Unreasonable/Imprudent Speed   3
1180 (b) Speeding 1 - 10 mph over speed limit   3
1180 (b) Speeding 11 - 20 mph over speed limit   4
1180 (b) Speeding 21 - 30 mph over speed limit   6
1180 (b) Speeding 31 - 40 mph over speed limit   8
1180 (b) Speeding 40 mph + over speed limit (Possible Suspension)  11
1212 Reckless Driving (Misdemeanor)   5
1225 (c) Use of Mobile Phone/Cell Phone   5
1225 (d) Use of Portable Electronic Device   5
1229(c)(3) No Seat Belt/Driver
319 Uninsured Motorist (Possible Revocation)
509-1 Unlicensed Operation
509-2 Operating Out of Class
511-1(a) Aggravated Unlicensed 3rd degree (Misdemeanor)
511-2 (a) Aggravated Unlicensed 2nd degree (Misdemeanor)
511-3 Aggravated Unlicensed 1st degree (Felony)