Points can accumulate and your license may possibly be suspended, a speeding ticket conviction can result in 3-4 points being assessed to your license (if no crash was involved). 12 points in 12 months will result in a 30 day license suspension and the DMV will require SR-22 insurance or it's equivalent prior to reinstatement. Contact a Miami ticket attorney, they should be able to get the points removed from your record.
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Your demerit points will start adding up, and if you have further violations you could lose your license.
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As previously pointed out, the more points you accumulate on your license the closer you come to losing it.
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