- Location: Indiana
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The state assigns points for driving infractions. The more serious the offense, the more points that are given. Below are some common violations that will earn you points:
- Failure to use headlights.
- Brake lights or signal lights not working.
- Illegal U-turn.
- Unsafe lane movement.
- Failure to stop or yield.
- Following too closely.
- Driving with a suspended license.
- Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.
- Speed contest on road.
Your license will be suspended if you don't attend the school or pay the class fee within the time permitted. You will be notified by mail if you have to attend a class. However, if you've recently moved, it's up to you to notify the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) of the change.
You may call the BMV for more information at (888) 692-6841.
Whenever you need or want to check the status of your driver’s license, you can order a driving record report.