In a previous blog, we discussed how accumulating too many points within a short period of time can lead to a suspension of your driving privileges.
We talked about how every year you drive without getting new points on your record, the points will be reduced. For example, 1 year — total remaining points reduced by one-third; 2 years — remaining points reduced by one-half; and 3 years — points reduced to zero. Please note that although your points may be reduced to zero, certain types of convictions must remain listed permanently on your Missouri driver record.
During the point suspension process and after, you may have a few questions. The Department of Revenue offers information on its website that answer some of those questions.
Why is my driving privilege suspended, revoked, or denied?
There are a number of reasons why your driver license may be suspended, revoked, or denied. … Read the rest