Second Six Points
If a Bucks County driver’s record reaches 6 or more points for a second time, the driver must attend a PennDOT Departmental Hearing.
A hearing examiner reviews the driver’s record. After the hearing PennDOT may:
- Order a 15-day License Suspension
- Order the driver to take a special On-Road Driver’s Examination or
- Take No Action
If a Bucks County driver’s privilege is suspended or a special driver’s exam is recommended, 2 points will be removed from the driving record if the exam is passed within 30 days or once the 15-day suspension has been served. Failure to attend a PennDOT Departmental Hearing will result in a 60-day driver’s license suspension.
If you have received a second accumulation of 6 points on your Pennsylvania driving record or are close to it. Caterina Saile, Esq. is ready to defend your rights in the local Bucks County District Justice Court.