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Suspension Periods for Demerit Point Accumulation


According to Maine driving law, points for a conviction for violation of Maine traffic laws will be erased from a driver's record when the conviction becomes one year old. No points may be assigned to those convictions that require a statutory revocation or suspension of the license, permit or privilege to operate a motor vehicle by the Secretary of State or by a Court

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Maine State Driving Laws

Maine driving law stipulates that any person whose driving record shows an accumulation of 12 demerit points for convictions for violations of Maine traffic laws within a one year period may have his or her license, permit or privilege to operate suspended for a period up to 15 days.


120 Day Suspension

 
Any person whose license, permit or privilege to operate has been suspended three times within a three year period by the Secretary of State pursuant to these rules or by a court following a conviction or adjudication of an offense of Maine driving law listed here in is subject to a further suspension for a period up to 120 days.
 

Maine Points Reduction System

 

Driving Wrong Side - Points
Driving Wrong Way - 6
Exceeding Posted Speed by at Least 15 Miles per Hour - 6
But Less Than 30 Miles per Hour - 6
Illegal Transportation Liquor - Minor - 6
Improper Passing - 6
Leaving Scene of an Accident (Property Damage) - 6
Operating With Improper License - 6
Operating Without Corrective Lenses - 6
Operating Left on Curve - 6
Other Improper Pass - 6
Pass With in 100 Feet of Intersection - 6
Pass on Curve or Hill - 6
Pass on Right - 6
Pass Wrong Side - 6
Violation - Do Not Pass - 6
Violation of Instruction Permit - 6
Operating Motorcycle beyond Restriction - 6
Exceeding Posted Speed by Less Than 15 Miles per Hour - 6
Excessive Acceleration - 6
Failure to keep right - 4
Failure to Return to the Right - 4
Fail to Yield to Emergency Vehicle - 4
Fail to Yield - No Sign - 4
Fail to Yield to Pedestrian - 4
Fail to Yield - Sign - 4
Fail to Give Way to Other Vehicle - 4
Fail to Obey Stop Sign - 4
Fail to Stop at Red Light - 4
Fail to Yield Right of Way - 4
Imprudent Driving - 4
Imprudent Speed - 4
Operating a Motor Vehicle with Obstructed View - 4
Operating without a License (traffic infraction) - 4
Red Light Violation - 4
Crossover Violation - 4
Displaying a Blue Light - 4
Displaying a Red Light - 2
Excessive Noise - 2
Failure to Dim Headlights - 2
Fail to Signal - 2
Fail to Obey Traffic Island - 2
Failure to Reduce Speed on a Grade or Curve - 2
Follow too close - 2
Illegal Left Turn - 2
Illegal Right Turn - 2
Illegal U-turn - 2
Impeding the Flow of Traffic - 2
Improper Turn - 2
Lane Conviction - 2
Littering - 2
Obstructing the Flow of Traffic - 2
Obstructing Traffic - 2
Operating Motor Vehicle without Tail Lights - 2
Operating Without Lights - 2
Other Moving Violation - 2
Speed under Posted Minimum - 2
Squealing Tires - 2
Trailer without Lights - 2
Trucks Traveling Less Than 150 Feet Apart - 2
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