Motorists accumulating between 12 and 14 points within 24 months will receive a Notice of Scheduled Suspension by mail from the MVC.
The Chief Administrator or an Administrative Law Judge will determine if driving privileges are suspended for motorists granted a hearing.
There points will be removed from the driving record of a motorist completing a driving improvement class, which costs $100 to attend.
VOLUNTARY DEFENSIVE DRIVING PROGRAMS:
Motorists begin a two-year probationary driver period after receiving a special learner or examination permit. During the probation period, motorists convicted of two or more moving violations totaling four or more points must enroll in the Probationary Driver School program. The attendance fee is $100. This program corrects improper or dangerous driving.
Completion of this program results in a three-point reduction on a motorists driver history record.
Failure to complete the program, or conviction of one or more subsequent moving violations during the test period, will result in a driving privilege suspension.
After a driver license is restored, or after completion of the MVC Driver Improvement Program or a Probationary Driver School Program, a motorist will be on probation for one year.
Any traffic violation conviction during that probationary period will result in a proposed driver license suspension. The period of suspension depends on how soon the violation occurs after restoration