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Missouri Traffic Points System

The State of Missouri uses a Points System to determine when a Driver’s License is to be suspended.  The accumulation of points on an individual’s driving record is a serious matter.  Not only can it lead to increased insurance premiums, but it can also Missouri Traffic Points System The State of Missouri uses a Points System to determine when a Driver’s License is to be suspended. The accumulation of points

on an individual’s driving record is a serious matter. Not only can it lead to increased insurance premiums, but it can also lead to the suspension of an individual’s driving privileges. If a driver accumulates four or more points in a 12 month period, the Driver Licensing Division will send a warning letter that they are in danger of losing their license. If the individual accumulates eight or more points in an eighteen month period, the license will be suspended for thirty days. If that driver’s license has previously been suspended for accumulating too many points, the privilege will be suspended for sixty days on the second offense and ninety days for each subsequent suspension. If a driver accumulates twelve or more points in twelve months, eighteen or more points in twenty-four months, or twenty-four or more points in thirty-six months, the Missouri driver’s license will be suspended for one year. Traffic violations in Missouri range from 1 point for some of the less serious violations such as running a stop without an accident in violation of municipal ordinance to 12 points for the more severe penalties such as a felony involving a motor vehicle. After an individual’s license has been suspended for accumulating too many points, they will need to get SR-22 proof of insurance which can cost driver’s hundreds more than regular insurance and they will need to pay to have their license reinstated. If the suspension was for an alcohol related offense, they will not only need to get SR-22 insurance, but also complete a substance abuse traffic offender program in order to be reinstated. The best way to avoid accumulating too many points on your Missouri driver’s license is to contact one of our experienced traffic attorneys for every traffic violation you receive. Our attorneys will work with the prosecutor in your case to try and ensure that no points are assessed on your license when possible to ensure that you never have to worry about having your license suspended for accumulating too many points. lead to the suspension of an individual’s driving privileges.  If a driver accumulates four or more points in a 12 month period, the Driver Licensing Division will send a warning letter that they are in danger of losing their license.  If the individual accumulates eight or more points in an eighteen month period, the license will be suspended for thirty days.  If that driver’s license has previously been suspended for accumulating too many points, the privilege will be suspended for sixty days on the second offense and ninety days for each subsequent suspension.  If a driver accumulates twelve or more points in twelve months, eighteen or more points in twenty-four months, or twenty-four or more points in thirty-six months, the Missouri driver’s license will be suspended for one year.  Traffic violations in Missouri range from 1 point for some of the less serious violations such as running a stop without an accident in violation of municipal ordinance to 12 points for the more severe penalties such as a felony involving a motor vehicle.

After an individual’s license has been suspended for accumulating too many points, they will need to get SR-22 proof of insurance which can cost driver’s hundreds more than regular insurance and they will need to pay to have their license reinstated.  If the suspension was for an alcohol related offense, they will not only need to get SR-22 insurance, but also complete a substance abuse traffic offender program in order to be reinstated.

The best way to avoid accumulating too many points on your Missouri driver’s license is to contact one of our experienced traffic attorneys for every traffic violation you receive.  Our attorneys will work with the prosecutor in your case to try and ensure that no points are assessed on your license when possible to ensure that you never have to worry about having your license suspended for accumulating too many points.

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Granite City, IL 62040
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