Infographic | Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Point System

If you drive in the state of Pennsylvania, knowing how the points system works will go a long way in keeping you on the road and out of the courtroom. PennDOT keeps a driving record for every licensed driver in the state, and knowing how these records are kept will help keep you safer on the road.

In fact, safer driving is the only way to remove points from your driver record. If you manage to accumulate 11 or more points on your record, your license may be suspended for a period of time that may be as short as five days or as long as a year.

If you are pulled over for any reason, you may be at risk of having points added to your driving record. Make sure you are prepared for what to do after you are issued a ticket by contacting the team of lawyers at Allegheny Attorneys at Law. Our team of lawyers are well-versed in traffic law, and have the expertise necessary to keep points off your record and help you stay on the road. Call us today for a free consultation and let our team ensure that your rights are being protected.

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Point System


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