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Points stay on your license indefinitely in Florida. The number of points added to your license in a 1-3 year period is what really matters in Florida, as accumulating more than 12-24 points in that timeframe will result in a suspended license.
Different point totals are assigned to drivers in Florida for different moving violations. For example, speeding will result in three points. Besides license suspensions, accumulating points too quickly can lead to consequences like fines, being classified as high-risk, or being required to file an SR-22.
Driver’s license points also matter 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 statistically more likely to file a claim.
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