As most drivers in Arizona know, it is all too easy to get carried away on the roads. If you are in a hurry to get somewhere, perhaps in the event of an emergency or even if your mind is preoccupied and you lose track of your speed, you could get picked up for a moving violation. Unfortunately, if this happens too often, it could lead to the revocation of your driver's license.
Moving violations can involve any illegal movement of your vehicle. This does not only mean speeding, but actions such as leaving the scene of an accident or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Depending on the severity of the offense, you will acquire a certain number of points on your license which can eventually add up.
If you reach a total of eight points, within the space of a 12-month period, your license will be suspended. This in turn could mean difficulty getting to work or even attending important events or meetings. Fortunately, you can reduce your point total by attending Traffic Survival School, as this article on license revocation explains.
If your license has been suspended, you may be wondering what to do. Fortunately, it might be possible to obtain a license that at least permits you to get to work. An attorney may be able to give you more information about your options and support you if you decide to challenge the revocation of your license or the circumstances under which your points were attributed.