MVD may suspend or revoke your driving privilege if you
- have been convicted of frequent, serious offenses that show disrespect for traffic laws and a disregard for the safety of others.
- have been convicted of reckless driving or are a repeat reckless or negligent driver.
- are medically unsafe to drive a motor vehicle.
- have committed or permitted an unlawful or fraudulent use of your driver license.
- have been convicted of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or toxic vapors.
- have been arrested for refusal to take or successfully complete a chemical test (alcohol/drug content).
- The penalty for refusal or unsuccessful completion is a 12-month suspension of your driver license, or two years for a second or subsequent refusal within an 84-month period.
- are under 21 and have been convicted of receiving, consuming or possessing alcohol.
- are under 21 and have been convicted of any illegal drug violation.
have an unresolved judgment from another state.
- have committed an offense for which mandatory revocation of the driving privilege is required upon conviction.