New York Vehicle & Traffic Law

Sec. § 510-B
Suspension and Revocation for Violations Committed During Probationary Periods


§ 510-b. Suspension and revocation for violations committed during probationary periods.

1.

A license, other than a class DJ or class MJ license, shall be suspended, for a period of sixty days, (i) upon the first conviction of the licensee of a violation, committed during the probationary period provided for in subdivision four of section five hundred one of this title, of any provision of section eleven hundred twenty-nine of this chapter, section eleven hundred eighty of this chapter or any ordinance or regulation limiting the speed of motor vehicles and motorcycles, section eleven hundred eighty-two of this chapter, subdivision one of section eleven hundred ninety-two of this chapter or section twelve hundred twelve of this chapter; or

(ii)

upon the second conviction of the licensee of a violation, committed during the aforesaid probationary period, of any other provision of this chapter or of any other law, ordinance, order, rule or regulation relating to traffic.

2.

A license, other than a class DJ or class MJ license, considered probationary pursuant to subdivision three of this section shall be revoked upon the conviction of the licensee of a violation or violations committed within six months following the restoration or issuance of such license, which conviction or convictions would result in the suspension of a probationary license pursuant to subdivision one of this section or subparagraph (xvi) of paragraph b of subdivision two of section five hundred ten of this article.

3.

Any license, other than a class DJ or class MJ license, which is restored or issued to a person who has had his last valid license suspended or revoked pursuant to the provisions of this section or the provisions of subparagraph (xii) of paragraph a or subparagraph (xvi) of paragraph b of subdivision two of section five hundred ten of this article shall be considered probationary until the expiration of six months following the date of restoration or issuance thereof.

4.

The provisions of subdivisions one, five, six and seven of section five hundred ten of this chapter shall apply to any suspension or revocation under this section. However, the provisions of this section shall not operate to prevent a mandatory revocation or suspension for a greater period of time under subdivision two of section five hundred ten of this chapter or section eleven hundred ninety-three of this chapter; nor shall the provisions of this section prevent revocation or suspension under subdivisions two and three of section five hundred ten based upon two or more violations, including the same violation which was the basis for suspension or revocation under this section.
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