Accumulating seven moving violations within three years is punishable by a license suspension or revocation. Working with a straightforward attorney dedicated to reducing the adverse consequences is critical when facing habitual traffic offender suspension.
What are the Penalties for HTO in Massachusetts?
In the state of Massachusetts, Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) violations come with serious consequences.
Anyone who has had three or more convictions in a five-year period will be subject to an HTO license suspension. This suspension can last from one to five years and will result in the loss of your driving privileges. The offenses that may contribute to an HTO violation include but are not limited to:
- Operating Under the Influence
- Reckless driving
- Leaving the Scene of Property Damage
- Leaving the Scene of Personal Injury
- Making a false statement on a permit or license application
- Operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license
- Operating a motor vehicle without a license