Traffic ticket points can range between 2 points and 5 points. The severity of your violation will determine the number of points that will be added to your driving record.
Serious traffic violations can lead to heavier fines and penalties, such as a driver's license suspension or cancellation (regardless of your driving record).
Some examples of major violations include:
Committing a felony with a vehicle.
Committing a homicide with a vehicle.
Fleeing from a police officer.
Driving with an already suspended or revoked license.
Failure to stop for a school bus with flashing red lights.
Are driving “carelessly" or “recklessly."
Change lanes in an erratic or improper manner.
Drive too closely behind another driver.
Operate a CMV without obtaining, or without having present, your CDL.
Operate a CMV without the properly classed CDL.
Commit an offense that involves a fatal traffic accident using your CMV.