AUTOMATIC LICENSE SUSPENSION

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Accident involving personal death or injury

  • 1 year
  • 18 months if subsequent suspension

Any felony offense under the state motor vehicle laws

  • 1 year
  • 18 months if subsequent suspension

Criminally negligent homicide by a motor vehicle

  • 1 year
  • 18 months if subsequent suspension

Evading  arrest or detention with a motor vehicle

  • 1 year
  • 18 months if subsequent suspension

Fictitious license, registration, or inspection

  • 180 days

License or certificate violations

  • 90 days to 1 year

Manslaughter with a motor vehicle

  • 1 year
  • 18 months if subsequent conviction

Racing on a highway

  • 1 year

Operating a motor vehicle on a highway while person’s license was suspended, canceled, disqualified, or revoked, or  without a license after an application for a license was denied

  • Lesser of term of original suspension or 1 year

Habitually reckless or negligent operator of a motor vehicle

  • 90 days

Habitual violator of traffic laws

  • 90 days

Permitting the unlawful or fraudulent use of the person’s license

  • 90 days

Committing an offense in another state or Canadian province that would be grounds for suspension if committed in Texas

  • 90 days

Convicted of 2 or more separate offenses of a violation of a restriction imposed on the use of the license

  • 90 days