Similar to other states, Florida assesses a point value on traffic infraction convictions and violations that will count against you on your Florida Drivers License. . Points are assessed to your driving record by paying the ticket without completing a Driver Improvement Course or electing a hearing, or by failing to the your ticket at all. Once you have accumulated a certain number of points, you will receive a Points suspension on your License. The Tampa FL traffic lawyers at The Law Office of Jeffrey M Rich are here to help you with your Florida License Points suspension. Depending on how many points you accumulate over a period of time, will determine how long your suspension will be. Point suspensions are assessed as follows:
- 12 points assessed within 12 months imposes a 30 day suspension
- 18 points assessed within 18 months imposes a 90 day suspension
- 24 points assessed within 36 months imposes a 1 year suspension
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