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Louisiana does not use driver’s license points, but drivers may still have their license suspended for things like a DUI or reckless driving. Moving violations will still be reported on your driving record in Louisiana. Depending on the offense, you could face fines, license suspension, or even jail time. Additionally, your insurer will see your driving record and may increase your premiums due to the violations.
Violations That Can Lead to a Suspended License in Louisiana
- Driving under the influence
- Manslaughter or vehicular homicide
- Reckless driving
- Negligent homicide resulting from a vehicle
- Failure to stop at the scene of an accident if you caused injury or death to someone
Fortunately, moving violations won’t affect you forever. Violations will stay on your Louisiana driving record for 3 to 10 years and will only affect your insurance rates for 10 years. However, it is still important to know what is on your record so you can better understand how your driving history may be impacting your insurance premiums.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guides to points on driver’s licenses and checking your driving record.
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