1. Three Speeding Violations (within a one-year period)
2. Habitual Traffic Offender (within a five-year period)
3. Seven Surchargeables (within a three-year period)
4. Five Surchargeables (within a three-year period with a conviction/finding date prior to 9/30/2010)
5. Three Surchargeables (within a two-year period)
6. Junior Operator License Speeding
In addition to automatic suspension, the Registrar has the discretionary right to suspend or revoke a permit/license or right to operate in the following cases:
1. Immediate threat – If the Registrar determines that allowing a customer to continue driving poses an immediate threat to public safety, she can suspend or revoke the permit/license or right to operate immediately. In some instances, a customer may be considered an immediate threat due to medical reasons.
2. Improper operation – If it is determined at a hearing that a customer has operated a motor vehicle improperly, the Registrar can suspend or revoke his/her permit/license or right to operate.
3. Fake identification – Even without a court conviction, the Registrar can suspend a permit/license or right to operate for six months (or one year after a conviction) for the following offenses:
a. Transferring, altering, or defacing a permit/license/ID card
b. Making, using, carrying, selling, or distributing a false permit/license/ID card
c. Using somebody else’s permit/license/ID card
d. Furnishing false information to obtain a permit/license/ID card
For commercial drivers, the commercial driver’s license Manual includes a section on both OUI offenses and other events that may cause the suspension or revocation of a commercial driver’s license.