In our last blog post “How Many Points Will Lead to a License Suspension?” we had discussed how many points from
moving violations could result in license suspension in Texas. But what are those specific
Remember, when you are convicted of a Texas traffic offense, you will be
given two points for any moving violation. Additionally, any moving violation
that results in a motor vehicle collision is three points each.
The following are the common moving violations that are two points each:
- Running a red light or a stop sign
- Failure to yield the right of way to pedestrians
- Failure to use turn signals
- Speeding over 10% above the posted limit
- Traveling under the minimum speed limit
- An unsafe following distance, also known as “tailgating”
- Open alcoholic containers
- Fleeing the scene of an accident
- Operating a vehicle in a reckless and wanton manner
- Child safety restraint violations
- Texting while driving
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violation has on your life. Our legal team can thoroughly review your
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