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NYS Driver Point System
The DMV assigns points for certain traffic violations.
If you get 11 points in an 18-month period, your driver license may be suspended. The point system is not the only way to lose your license.
- you must be convicted of the traffic violation before points are added to your driving record
- your point total is calculated based on the date of the violation, not the date of the conviction
- the points for violations that all occurred within the last 18 months are added to calculate your point total.
Speeding - MPH over speed limit not indicated 3
Speeding 1 - 10 MPH over speed limit 3
Speeding 11 - 20 MPH over speed limit 4
Speeding 21 - 30 MPH over speed limit 6
Speeding 31 - 40 MPH over speed limit 8
Speeding More than 40 MPH over speed limit 11
Reckless driving 5
Failed to stop for a school bus 5
Inadequate brakes 4
Improper cell phone use 5
Following too closely 4
Passing improperly, changing lanes unsafely, driving to the left of center, driving in the wrong direction3
Failed to obey a traffic signal, a stop sign, or a yield sign 3
Railroad crossing violation 3
Failed to yield the right-of-way 3
Passenger safety violation, including seat belt and child safety seat violations for passengers under the age of 16 3
Left the scene of an accident that includes property damage or the injury of a domestic animal 3
Other moving violations 2
Inadequate brakes (vehicle owned by employer) 2
NOTE: If you receive 6 or more points on your New York State driving record in 18 months, you must pay a Driver Responsibility Assessment fee.