60-4,183. Point system; revocation of license, when; driver education and training course; employment driving permit or medical hardship driving permit, exception.

Whenever it comes to the attention of the director that any person has, as disclosed by the records of the director, accumulated a total of twelve or more points within any period of two years, as set out in section 60-4,182, the director shall (1) summarily revoke the operator's license of such person and (2) require such person to attend and successfully complete a driver's education and training course consisting of at least eight hours of instruction approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Such instruction shall be successfully completed before the operator's license may be reinstated. Each person who attends such instruction shall pay the cost of such course.

Such revocation shall be for a period of six months from the date of the signing of the order of revocation or six months from the date of the release of such person from the jail or a Department of Correctional Services adult correctional facility, whichever is the later, unless a longer period of revocation was directed by the terms of the abstract of the judgment of conviction transmitted to the director by the trial court.

Any motor vehicle except a commercial motor vehicle may be operated under an employment driving permit as provided by section 60-4,129 or a medical hardship driving permit as provided by section 60-4,130.01.

Source:Laws 1953, c. 219, § 2, p. 770; Laws 1957, c. 169, § 1, p. 590; Laws 1957, c. 366, § 27, p. 1262; Laws 1957, c. 275, § 1, p. 1002; Laws 1957, c. 165, § 4, p. 584; Laws 1959, c. 174, § 2, p. 627; Laws 1961, c. 315, § 1, p. 997; Laws 1961, c. 316, § 1, p. 1007; Laws 1963, c. 232, § 1, p. 721; Laws 1965, c. 219, § 1, p. 637; Laws 1967, c. 234, § 1, p. 620; Laws 1973, LB 414, § 1; R.S.Supp.,1973, § 39-7,129; Laws 1975, LB 259, § 2; Laws 1975, LB 263, § 1; Laws 1989, LB 285, § 3; Laws 1991, LB 420, § 5; R.S.Supp.,1992, § 39-669.27; Laws 1993, LB 31, § 17; Laws 1993, LB 105, § 2; Laws 1993, LB 370, § 81.

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