Suspension Information

There are many ways you can have your license suspended in Ohio. If your license has been suspended don't worry we are here to help get you back on the road. Depending on the individual's situation you might be able to receive limited driving privileges while your suspension is in force.

If you have two to 11 points on your license, you are eligible to take our remedial driving course approved by the Department of Public Safety, where you will receive a two-point credit. However, completing this course does not mean that two points will be taken off your license. Instead, it means that your license will be suspended if you reach 14 points, not 12. You can take this course up to five times, but no more than once every three years.

Driving Points Information

Six Point Violations

  • Homicide by vehicle
  • Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or any drug of abuse
  • Failure to stop and disclose identity at the scene of a crash
  • Willingly fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer
  • Drag racing
  • Operating a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner
  • Operating a motor vehicle while your license is under suspension or revocation
  • Using a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony, or committing any crime punishable as a felony under Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws

Four Point Violations

  • Willful or wanton disregard of the safety of persons or property
  • Operating a vehicle after under-age alcohol consumption

Two Point Violations

  • All other moving violations except those pertaining to load limits
  • Operating a motor vehicle in violation of a restriction imposed by the Registrar of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles