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It means you have been given traffic tickets for your driving habits. Depending on the laws in your state, once you reach a certain number of points you will loose your license or possibly be required to take a defensive driving class.

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Q: When you look at your driving record and it says you have negative 6 points driver point balance What does that mean?
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What is A tt99 on your driving license?

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Do points transfer from a North Carolina ticket to a Pennsylvania driver's license?

Yes, points transfer from an NC ticket to a PA drivers license. Your driving record is your entire driving record from wherever you receive points and tickets. They are kept in a national database.

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How many points can you have on my driving licence to be banned from driving in England?

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How many points in NJ does it take to lose your driver's license?

If you accumulate a total of 12 or more points on your driving record, the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) will issue a Notice of Scheduled Suspension of your driving privilege.

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Where can you see what your points on driving record are?

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If a driver is driving a vehicle that is not theirs and gets a ticket with 2 points does the vehicles owner get a higher insurance payment?


The DMV considers you a negligent driver if you receive?

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If you get twelve points on your driving record in a two year period your driving privileges can be suspended for up to six months. This can make it difficult, but not impossible to get insurance. It will most likely raise the cost though.

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How long does a violation stay on your driving record in Delaware?

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How many points does driving with out insurance carry in minnesota?

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