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Many states in the U.S. use a point system that rates moving violations by assigning a certain number of points for each type of infraction. Kansas does not use a point system. There are specific violations that will result in the loss of your license, however.
Whenever you need or want to check the status of your driver’s license, you can order a driving record report.
These are the moving violations that will result in the immediate revocation of your Kansas driver's license:
- Vehicular homicide resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle
- Failure to stop and render aid to any injured parties in the event of a motor vehicle accident resulting in the death or personal injury of another
- Reckless driving
- Any felony in which a motor vehicle is used
- Attempting to elude a police officer
- Aggravated vehicle homicide
- Vehicle battery
If you have been arrested for any of the above infractions, we can help you find an experienced attorney with a background in traffic law.
These are the infractions that will result in the suspension of your Kansas driver's license:
- Conviction of three moving violations within a 12-month period
- refusal to submit to a chemical test to determine your BAC
- Failing to appear for court date
- Failure to respond to a traffic citation issued in Kansas or in another state
- Failing to maintain continuous liability insurance on your vehicle
- Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs or having a BAC level of .08% or above
- Transporting an open container of liquor or cereal malt beverage (3.2 beer)
If your driver's license is suspended, revoked, canceled or otherwise terminated, Kansas law does not allow any hardship license to be issued.