The consequences of reckless driving are considerably more severe than for a speeding ticket. They do, however, depend on the seriousness of the effects of your reckless driving.
Before we jump into our discussion of how long points stay on your license, let’s establish what driver’s license points actually are. You receive these points when you are caught engaging in traffic violations.
These are the new California DMV laws meant to make roads safer coming into effect in 2019. These laws go into effect on January 01, 2019. They may be new laws or changes to existing laws.
Your California Driving Record or also known as the Motor Vehicle Report (MVR), can be obtained from the California Department of Motor Vehicles if you hold a license from California.