• Looking for things inside of your vehicle.
• Talking on your cell phone.
Distractions cause drivers to react more slowly to traffic conditions. They
fail to recognize potential hazards such as debris in the roadway, or they
fail to see the car in front of them stopping.
While your are driving, your full attention is required. By not paying
attention to the traffic conditions ahead, you are a collision waiting to
happen. You should be continuously scanning the roadway ahead of you,
preparing to take evasive action if necessary.
PROTECTING YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE
SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF LICENSE
Your license may be Suspended or Revoked for any of the following reasons:
• Driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances (DUI).
• Manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle.
• Perjury or false affidavit to the Transportation Cabinet.
• Felony involving use of a motor vehicle.
• Reckless driving — three convictions within twelve months.
• Leaving the scene of a collision, failure to stop and disclose identity or
• Theft of a motor vehicle or any part thereof.
• Failure to maintain liability insurance.
• Failure to satisfy a citation or Court Summons.
• Failure to enroll in or complete State Traffic School upon sentence by
• Failure to complete a Graduated Licensing course for newly-licensed
drivers, 16 and 17 years of age.
• Fraudulent use of a driver’s license to purchase or attempt to purchase
• Theft of gasoline.
• Operating a motor vehicle, motorcycle, or moped without a license.
• Refusing to take a chemical test when asked to do so by a law-enforcement
• Failing to pay child support.
• Fleeing or Evading Police.
• Operating a motor vehicle in violation of restrictions imposed by the
CANCELLATION OF YOUR DRIVING PRIVILEGE
If you are under 18 years of age, the parent or legal guardian who signed...