Negligent Operator – Four Points
Vehicle Code (VC) 12810.5 – A negligent operator is a driver of a vehicle who has excessive points on a driver’s license.For Issues Regarding VC 12810.5 in Los Angeles, We Can Help
We can provide legal assistance if you received a letter from the DMV expressing:
- Four points were added to your driver’s license record.
- The DMV now wants your license suspended for six months after considering you a negligent operator (driver with excessive points).
To avoid a six-month suspension of your driving privileges, we can offer our assistance.
Request a DMV Hearing Immediately
Once you receive a letter from the DMV outlining the intention of suspending your license for six months, you must contact the DMV immediately to request a hearing.
While attending the DMV hearing:
- You can ask for a restricted license and present proof that one is needed for getting back and forth to work.
- More than likely, the DMV will allow you to continue driving for work-related purposes, but you must first be convincing of:
- The need for you to drive to work
- Your promise to stop being cited for traffic violations
For tickets in Los Angeles County, we can help schedule a DMV hearing for you. We also can handle the hearing on your behalf.
License Suspension for Six Months
All moving violations carry points. As a negligent operator of a vehicle, you are at risk of losing your driver’s license for a full six months if you receive:
- Four points in just one year
- Six points within a two-year period
- Eight points in three years
Take the time to learn about moving violations and the way that points are added to your driver’s license here.
- DMV Hearing
- Points on Your License
- Suspended License
- California DMV (for additional information pertaining to negligent operators)