There are penalties for drivers under the age of 18 who have a graduated driver license and are convicted of a traffic violation:
- 1st Conviction: The driver must attend Traffic Survival School. The violation goes on the driver's record.
- 2nd Conviction: The driver gets three-month suspension of driving privileges. The violation goes on the driver's record.
- 3rd conviction: The driver gets a six-month suspension. The violation goes on the driver's record.
There are additional penalties for violation of curfew and passenger restrictions, including fines and mandatory extension of the six-month restricted driving period.
Suspension of driving privilege results for a third conviction of curfew and/or passenger violations and convictions of other violations, including those related to alcohol.