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The Arizona government does not disclose how long points stay on your license. License points are designed to penalize drivers for unsafe behavior, and different moving violations will result in a different number of points in each state. For example, in Arizona, a speeding ticket will result in three points.
Accumulating too many points too quickly can lead to serious consequences like fines and license suspensions. Drivers might also be classified as a high-risk to insure or be required to file an SR-22. In Arizona, 8 points in 12 months will result in a license suspension.
Driving license points are also important because insurance companies check driving records to determine how much risk a driver presents. Customers with more violations on their record will be charged a higher premium since they are considered more likely to file a claim.
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