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How to Check Points on Drivers License

The list below outlines how many Oklahoma drivers license points will be assessed for various traffic violations.

Accumulation of 10 or more points in a five year period results in a suspension from one month to a year, depending on a drivers particular driving record.

To get your current drivers record contact a local tag agent, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety or an Oklahoma traffic ticket lawyer.

For a free consultation with a Tulsa traffic ticket attorney, contact Wirth Law Office at (918) 879-1681.

VIOLATION

POINTS

Reckless driving without regard for the safety of others
4
Failure to stop or to remain stopped for school bus loading or unloading
4
Speeding in excess of 25 M.P.H. above the posted speed limit
3
Inattentive driving resulting in a collision
2
Left of center or wrong way
2
Failure to yield right of way
2
Violation of driver license restrictions
2
Following too close or improperly
2
Failure to obey stop sign or traffic light
2
Careless driving
2
Speeding
2
Contest racing on public traffic way
2
Speed in excess of posted maximum
2
Speed less than posted minimum
2
Speed in school zone
2
Radar checked speed violation
2
Airplane checked speed violation
2
Vascar
2
Any violation related to a railroad crossing
2
Operating a defective vehicle
1
Operating a vehicle without being licensed
1
Leaving a vehicle unattended with engine running
1
Towing or pushing vehicle improperly
1
Failure to dim lights as required
1
Failure to stop at required stops with explosives or flammable load
1
Transporting hazardous substances without safety devices or precautions
1
Improper lane usage
1
Driving on shoulder, in ditch or on sidewalk
1
Making improper entrance to or exit from trafficway
1
Loading a vehicle so drivers view is obstructed
1
Starting improperly from parked position
1
Improper backing
1
Spinning wheels
1
Operating a vehicle with view obstructed
1
Negligent driving
1
Improper passing
1
Operating a motor vehicle at speed greater than reasonable and proper
1
Operating a motor vehicle at speed less than reasonable and proper
1
Coasting or operating with gears disengaged
1
Failure to follow instructions of police officer
1
Failure to obey traffic instructions stated on traffic sign or shown by traffic control device
1
Passing through or around barrier positioned to prohibit or channel traffic
1
Failure to observe warnings or instructions on vehicle properly displaying them
1
Failure to signal intention to change vehicle direction or to reduce speed suddenly
1
Giving improper signal
1
Improper stopping on roadway
1
Improper turns
1
Operating defective vehicle after receiving a warning or summons
1
Impeding traffic (and under 40 M.P.H.)
1
Crossing center median
1

Free Consultation: Tulsa Traffic Ticket Attorney

To talk with a Tulsa traffic ticket attorney about how to beat a ticket in Oklahoma, how to get a citation reduced, or how get points removed from your drivers record contact Wirth Law Office at (918) 879-1681 or send your question using the form at the top of this page.

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