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4 points in last 12 months
11 in 12 months =no driving for 18 monthsIn California, in order to be considered a negligent operator, how many points must you have in a 12 month period?Answer: 4FYI: DUI counts for more than 1 point
You may be considered a negligent operator when your driving record shows one of the following "point count" totals.4 points in 12 months6 points in 24 months8 points in 36 months
3 or more traffic violations or 3 points or more on driving record
In order to be considered a negligent operator you must have 2 points in a twelve month period.
You will be listed as a negligent operator if you you receive many points on your DMV record You will be listed as a negligent operator if you get a lot of points on your DMV record
4 points in 12 months
In my experience, 1 point may be OK. 2 or more points brings attention. Over 4 points, it will cost you extra for an insurance policy.
It depends on the Motor Vehicle Code of that particularstate.