June 1, 2007 By Wallin & Klarich

Did you get a notice that DMV is suspending your driver’s license for too many points?

Here’s what’s going on. In California the DMV gives a point for most moving violations.

Speeding, bad turns, rolling a stop sign etc.

are one point. Some violations, like driving under the influence, or reckless driving are two points.

If you get four points in a year or six points in two years, the DMV may suspend your driver’s license. DMV sends a notice that says they are suspending your license unless you ask for a hearing. Want to stay on the road? It’s time for a lawyer that knows the DMV.

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