Ever wonder how many points go on your Arizona Motor Vehicle Division when you receive a moving violation? Well, here is a breakdown for you.
|Conviction of DUIs A.R.S § 28-1381 or 28-1382||8 points|
|Conviction of reckless driving A.R.S § 28-693||8 points|
|Conviction of racing on highways A.R.S § 28-708||8 points|
|Conviction of aggressive driving A.R.S § 28-695||8 points|
|Conviction or judgment of “driver's duties after an accident”
A.R.S §§ 28-662, 663, 664 or 665
|Conviction or judgment of accident causing death for failure
to comply with traffic signal A.R.S § 28-672(A)
|Conviction or judgment of accident causing serious physical
injury for failure to comply with traffic signal A.R.S §
|Conviction or judgment of speeding A.R.S § 28-701||3 points|
|Conviction or judgment of gore area A.R.S § 28-644(A)(2)||3 points|
|Conviction or judgment of violating any other traffic
regulation that governs a vehicle moving under its own
|All other non-traffic violations||0 points|
8-12 points within a 12-month period will require TSS (Traffic Survival School). If the driver has attended TSS within the last 24 months, a 3-month suspension is ordered.
13-17 points within a 12-month period will result in a 3-month suspension. There is no option for TSS.
18-23 points within a 12-month period will result in a 6-month suspension. There is no option for TSS.
24+ points within the past 36 months will result in a one-year suspension.
The accumulation of points is measured beginning form the last date of violation.
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