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ALABAMA POINTS SYSTEM

Fight Every Ticket to Avoid Points

A conviction for any moving traffic violation will add points to your driving record. Remember, if you pay the ticket, you are pleading guilty and will be assessed points.

Accumulated points can lead to driver’s license suspension.

Many drivers think that a few points will not hurt them. While it is true that a few points will not risk your driver’s license now, you do not know what the future will bring. You may receive another Alabama traffic violation tomorrow, next week, or in a year.

Serious traffic offenses such as speeding over 86 miles per hour, reckless driving, or attempting to elude a police officer will hammer your driving record. Pleas of guilty to these offenses will add 5 or 6 points to your driver’s license. One conviction of reckless driving will add 6 points to your license! These points add up quickly and can result in an Alabama driver’s license suspension.

Do not enter a plea or pay the ticket without a fight! At Kreps Law Firm, we can help you fight any sort of traffic violation, from speeding tickets and driving with expired tags to speeding 26 over the posted limit and reckless driving charges. We make it simple and easy to fight any type of moving violation — just call us today.