Type of Suspension
|12-points||Accumulation of 12 points within a two-year period.|
|Administrative License Suspension (ALS) Positive Test||Testing with a prohibited blood alcohol concentration.|
|Administrative License Suspension (ALS) Test Refusal||Refusing to submit to a blood, breath or urine test when requested to do so by law enforcement.|
|Child Support||Failure to pay child support.|
|Court Suspensions||A suspension invoked by a court.|
|First Offense DUI||DUI coded by the presiding court as a first offense within the last six years.|
|Habitual Use of Alcohol/Drugs||Conviction of three or more Alcohol/Drug related offenses within a three year period.|
|High School Suspension||Unauthorized withdrawal from school, habitual absence without legitimate excuse, or suspension/expulsion for drugs or alcohol.|
|In-State Drug Related||Individual found guilty by an Ohio court of drug-related offenses under Chapter 2925 of Ohio Revised Code.|
|Judgments||Unsatisfied civil judgment resulting from the use, care, or maintenance of a motor vehicle.|
|Juvenile Suspension||Under 18 and has been adjudicated unruly, delinquent, or juvenile traffic offender.|
|License/Bond Forfeiture||Failure to pay a fine or appear in court in connection to a traffic offense within Ohio.|
|Limited Privilege Order||A court grants limited driving privileges during a suspension.|
|Liquor Law (Violations)||A person of insufficient age uses another person’s driver license or alters one’s own to purchase alcohol.|
|Medical (Restricted or Suspension)||Suffering from a physical or mental disability or disease that prevents him/her from exercising reasonable/ordinary control of a motor vehicle.|
|National Driver Registry (NDR) – Indefinite||Upon a check with other states, an individual is found to be under suspension.|
|Non-Compliance (Crash Report Accident UTT Ticket Random Selection)||Any driver and/or owner who fails to show Proof of Financial Responsibility was in effect at the time of an accident/offense will lose his/her driving and registration privileges for a minimum of 90 days.|
|Non-Resident Violator Compact||Ohio driver has an unpaid ticket from a court in another state.|
|Out-of-State Alcohol or Drug Related Offenses||An individual pleads guilty or is convicted of a DUI or Drug related offense in another state.|
|OVUAC||Underage drinking with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of .02% but less than .08%.|
|Physical Control of a Vehicle While Intoxicated||An individual is convicted of having physical control of a vehicle while intoxicated.|
|Probationary License Suspension/DUI||The driver is under the age of 18 at the time of the offense, with a prohibited BAC.|
|Probationary License Suspension/OVUAC||The driver is under the age of 18 at the time of the offense, with at BAC of .02% or more but less than .08%.|
|Probationary Revocations (2 Violations)||A person is convicted of two separate moving violations within any two year period prior to 18 years of age.|
|Probationary Revocations (3 Violations)||A person is convicted of three separate moving violations within any two year period prior to 18 years of age.|
|Second Offense DUI||DUI coded by presiding court as a second offense within six years.|
|Security Suspension||Damages from an accident where a “case” has been established by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.|
|Violation of Restriction Suspension||A violation of restriction(s) imposed for special mechanical control devices required on a motor vehicle, or any other restrictions applicable to the licensee that were determined to be necessary.|
|Warrant Block||A block on either driver’s license and/or vehicle registration due to outstanding arrest warrant.|
|Weapon on School Property||Under 19 years old and conveying or possessing a deadly weapon or dangerous ordinance to, or on school property.|
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