I am 22 and know for a fact I haven't received 12 points in 12 months or 18 points in 24 months at all. The only tickets I received in the last year are 3 speeding tickets for 2 points each. Over a year ago I received a 4 point ticket. But that is all in the last 2 years. So why am o receiving a letter saying I have a hearing about possible suspension due to accumulated points?
No clue call and ask or better yet call a traffic ticket attorney to educate you and defend you.
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A possible explanation is that points are assessed based on the date of offense, not the conviction date. You do not reach the 12/18 point threshold until you are 21.. You may have accumulated enough points to suspend your license as a minor driver, even if the convictions came on or after your 21st birthday.
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