How to Reduce Points for Moving Violations in Maryland?

Answered by

Mary Caldwell
Mary CaldwellAuto Insurance Manager

Posted on Feb 02, 2023

There is no one specific way to reduce points for moving violations in Maryland, but there are a few things that can help. First, it is important to remember that points are not just assessed for moving violations, but also for other offenses such as parking violations.

One way to try to reduce points is to take a defensive driving class. This can help to dismiss points from a violation, and it can also help to keep your insurance rates from increasing. You may also be able to get a reduction in points by attending a hearing with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.

If you are a licensed driver in Maryland, you can also request a point reduction hearing. This is a hearing that is held to determine if you are eligible for a point reduction. Points can be reduced for safe driving practices, for completing a driver improvement program, and for other reasons.

No matter what method you choose, it is important to remember that points can add up quickly, and that they can lead to fines, increased insurance rates, and even the suspension of your driver's license.

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