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Article - Transportation




§16–213.

    (a)    (1)    In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.

        (2)    “Education and employment only restriction” means a restriction that allows a licensed driver to drive only:

            (i)    To or from a school class or an official school activity; or

            (ii)    To or from, or in the course of, the licensee’s employment.

        (3)    “Offense” means a moving violation committed by an individual who:

            (i)    Held a provisional license under § 16–111 of this title on the date the violation was committed;

            (ii)    Was convicted of, or granted a probation before judgment under § 6–220 of the Criminal Procedure Article for, the violation; and

            (iii)    Was not eligible for a license under § 16–111.1 of this title at the time of the violation.

    (b)    Except as provided in § 16–205(d–1) or § 16–206(b) of this subtitle, the sanctions under this section are in addition to any other penalty or sanctions that might apply as a result of a moving violation.

    (c)    The Administration:

        (1)    For a first offense, shall require the offender to attend a driver improvement program under § 16–212 of this subtitle;

        (2)    For a second offense:

            (i)    For an adult, may suspend the offender’s license for up to 30 days; and

            (ii)    For an individual under the age of 18 years, may:

                1.    Suspend the offender’s license for up to 30 days; and

                2.    Impose, on completion of the suspension, an education and employment only restriction on the offender’s license effective for 90 days;

        (3)    For a third offense:

            (i)    For an adult, may suspend the offender’s license for up to 180 days; and

            (ii)    For an individual under the age of 18 years, may:

                1.    Suspend the offender’s license for up to 180 days;

                2.    Require the offender to attend a driver improvement program designed for young drivers under § 16–212 of this subtitle; and

                3.    Impose, on completion of the suspension, an education and employment only restriction on the offender’s license effective for 180 days; and

        (4)    For a fourth or subsequent offense:

            (i)    For an adult, may suspend or revoke the offender’s license for up to 180 days; and

            (ii)    For an individual under the age of 18 years, may:

                1.    Revoke the offender’s license for not less than 180 days; and

                2.    Require the offender, in addition to applying for reinstatement as required under § 16–208(b) of this subtitle, to pass the examinations required under § 16–110 of this title.