Section 1 Review
1.) How many points must you accumulate before you must attend DIP?
> 5, 6, or 7 points
2.) How many points must you accumulate before your license is suspended?
> 8 points
3.) How many points must you accumulate before your license is revoked?
> 12 points
4.) Do any other types of drivers have to attend DIP?
> Yes, drivers with a provisional license or learner’s permit convicted of a moving violation.
5.) What is the difference between suspension and revocation?
> Suspension means you still have your driving privilege and must have turned in your license but are temporarily unable to drive legally.
> Revocation means you no longer have a license and will have to prove that you are a safe driver to get your license back.
6.) Can a driver drive when he/she is suspended for any reason?
> NO!!! If your license is suspended (or revoked), you may not drive for any reason.
7.) What are some possible consequences of high points?
> Higher insurance costs or inability to get insurance
> Court costs
> MDOT MVA fees for classes, new licenses, and general fees
> Loss of employment