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How long does moving violation points stay on your license in Missouri?


The Missouri driver's manual states that every year you drive without getting new points on your record, your points total will be reduced as follows:

  • 1 year - total remaining points reduced by one-third
  • 2 years - remaining points reduced by one-half
  • 3 years - points reduced to zero

It is noted that even though your points may be reduced to zero, certain types of convictions may remain listed permanently on your Missouri driver record. The MO driver services could give you more information on what types of offenses may remain on your driver's history.

The Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) notes that you may submit a request (including your full name and Missouri driver license number or social security number) to have old tickets purged from your record. They state however that a ticket is not eligible to be removed if it "supports" an existing administrative suspension/revocation/denial action against the driver, or if it otherwise must remain on the record in accordance with state law.

To determine when a particular ticket may be removed from your record, please refer to MO administrative rule 12 CSR 10-24.050 or contact the Missouri DOR.

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