Non-Compliance Suspension

April 16th, 2007 by DaytonDUI Leave a reply »

A non-compliance suspension stems from failing to show proof of insurance at the time of an accident or traffic offense, failure to pay a court ordered judgment, or from those wonderful random letters seeking verification of your insurance status. These suspensions run ninety days for the first offense, one year for the second, and two years for each offense thereafter for each offense committed within a five year period. In addition, the revised code staggers the reinstatement fee and the ability to obtain limited driving privileges. Pursuant to R.C. 4503.232, 4510.52 and 4510.53 all driver licenses, CDLs and license plates received by the BMV are destroyed and must be repurchased once the reinstatement requirements are met. One of the most onerous provisions of this suspension is the requirement that the driver/owner maintain “HIGH RISK” insurance for three years (on a 1st, 5 yrs on subsequent).

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