If you are found guilty of the offense or plead guilty, then the offense will remain on your driving record. I don't believe a deferred judgment, which would remove the offense from your record, is available for scheduled traffic offenses. The DOT may take action to suspend your license if you have multiple moving violations within a specified period of time. You will receive a notice from the DOT if that's the case once it receives notice of your conviction. The notice will provide for appeal rights. If you appeal, then the issue of the defensive driving class may arise to allow you the opportunity to prevent the suspension from taking effect.