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6. California Licensing & Registration

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13. General Actions

A court may suspend or revoke a driver license for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You may also be imprisoned and fined.


Refusal to take a chemical test of your blood alcohol content (BAC) will result in license suspension. A license may be revoked for subsequent offenses. Law enforcement may legally conduct the test without your consent.


A court may suspend or revoke a driver license for certain offenses involving controlled substances when the use of a motor vehicle was involved in, or incidental to, the commission of the offense. A court is required to suspend or revoke your license if you use alcohol or drugs in the commission of certain offenses.


A court may suspend or revoke a driver license for excessive speeding ( driving in excess of 100 miles an hour ) or reckless driving. You may also be imprisoned or fined.


A license will be revoked for failing to stop at the scene of, or to provide information for, a fatal or injury accident in which the person is involved.


A license will also be revoked for reckless driving which results in bodily injury, alcohol-related offenses, and most felonies in which a motor vehicle is used, including vehicular manslaughter and assault with a deadly weapon involving a motor vehicle.


A court may suspend or revoke a license for auto theft.


A court may suspend or revoke a driver license for racing a vehicle on a highway (speed contest, exhibition of speed) or for aiding or abetting a speed contest. You may also be fined, imprisoned, and have your vehicle impounded.


A license will be suspended for failing, refusing, or neglecting to report an accident in which there is more than $750 worth of property damage, an injury, or death in which the person is involved.


A license will be suspended for failing to pay for property damage in excess of $750 or for damages resulting from injury or death which resulted from a motor vehicle. This includes judgments from small claims courts.


A license will be suspended for being unable to show proof of financial responsibility when involved in an accident.


A license may be revoked for violating license restrictions.


A court may suspend a license for multiple intersection violations, which include disobeying crossing guards and blocking an intersection, crosswalk, or railroad crossing.


A license may be suspended for multiple violations of not stopping for a school bus with flashing red lights.


A license will be suspended for failing to make family (child) support payments.


A license may be suspended if a motor vehicle is used in the commission of an act of prostitution, if the act occurred near a residence.




Lesson Summary


  

Lesson 6 Quiz


You will now answer 5 questions to test what you learned during this lesson. You must answer all questions correctly to receive completion credit for this lesson. You may answer the questions as many times as necessary to get them right.

You should review the lesson material if you don't do well on the quiz.

  1. The "PROVISIONS" of your provisional license include the following, EXCEPT:


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  2. You will be listed as a "Negligent Operator" if you get:


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  3. Which of the following is NOT on the permit test:


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  4. The best way to prepare for the drive test is to:


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  5. If you have trouble reading, even if in English, you may take an audio permit test:


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