Ohio Revised Code §4510.036(C)


Six Point Violations

    • Aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular homicide, vehicular manslaughter.

    • Aggravated vehicular assault, vehicular assault.

    • Willful fleeing and eluding.

      Failure to stop and disclose identity at accident.

      Street racing.

      Driving under suspension (any type).

      Operating vehicle under influence of alcohol, drug of abuse or both.

      Operation of a motor vehicle while under a twelve-point suspension.

      Unauthorized use of motor vehicle.

      Any felony motor vehicle violation or felony committed with a motor vehicle.


Four Point Violations

Operation of vehicle after underage consumption.

Operation in willful or wanton disregard of safety of persons or property.

Exceeding speed limit by 30 mph or more.


Two Point Violations

Exceeding speed limit of 55 or higher by more than 10 but less than 30 mph.

Exceeding speed limit of less than 55 mph by more than 5 but less than 30 mph.

Operating motor vehicle in violation of a restriction imposed by BMV.

All other moving violations.


Two Point Credit Course

A driver with at least two points but less than twelve points may complete an approved remedial driving course, and apply for a two point credit. A driver can obtain one credit in any three year period, and up to five in a lifetime. No credit is permitted for a course required by a court for a driver to regain a driver's license after a suspension.