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What restrictions if any are there for new drivers?

There are no specific restrictions for new drivers, but your driving privileges can be revoked for any of the following:

• Being convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
• Refusing to be tested for alcohol or drugs when asked to do so by a police officer
• Leaving the scene of an accident without identifying yourself
• Failing to settle a financial judgment against you for damages resulting from a motor vehicle accident
• Attempting to change the information on your license
• Using someone else’s license in an attempt to purchase an alcoholic beverage
• Failing to appear for a re-examination when requested to do so by the MVD
• Using a motor vehicle to commit a felony
• Causing the death of someone in a motor vehicle accident
• Having too many points on your driving record
• Letting someone else use your driver’s license

Your license will be suspended for one year if you get 12 or more points on your driving record within a year.

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