32 CFR 634.45 - Point system application.

§ 634.45 Point system application.

(a) The Services and DLA are required to use the point system and procedures prescribed in this section without change.

(b) The point system in table 5-2 of this part applies to all operators of U.S. Government motor vehicles, on or off Federal property. The system also applies to violators reported to installation officials in accordance with § 634.32.

(c) Points will be assessed when the person is found to have committed a violation and the finding is by either the unit commander, civilian supervisor, a military or civilian court (including a U.S. Magistrate), or by payment of fine, forfeiture of pay or allowances, or posted bond, or collateral.

Table 5-2 of Part 634 Point Assessment for Moving Traffic Violations (See Note 1)
A. Violation: Reckless driving (willful and wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property).
Points assessed: 6
B. Violation: Owner knowingly and willfully permitting a physically impaired person to operate the owner's motor vehicle.
Points assessed: 6
C. Violation: Fleeing the scene (hit and run)-property damage only.
Points assessed: 6
D. Violation: Driving vehicle while impaired (blood-alcohol content more than 0.05 percent and less than 0.08 percent).
Points assessed: 6
E. Violation: Speed contests.
Points assessed: 6
F. Violation: Speed too fast for conditions.
Points assessed: 2
G. Violation: Speed too slow for traffic conditions, and/or impeding the flow of traffic, causing potential safety hazard.
Points assessed: 2
H. Violation: Failure of operator or occupants to use available restraint system devices while moving (operator assessed points).
Points assessed: 2
I. Violation: Failure to properly restrain children in a child restraint system while moving (when child is 4 years of age or younger or the weight of child does not exceed 45 pounds).
Points assessed: 2
J. Violation: One to 10 miles per hour over posted speed limit.
Points assessed: 3
K. Violation: Over 10 but not more than 15 miles per hour above posted speed limit.
Points assessed: 4
L. Violation: Over 15 but not more than 20 miles per hour above posted speed limit.
Points assessed: 5
M. Violation: Over 20 miles per hour above posted speed limit.
Points assessed: 6
N. Violation: Following too close.
Points assessed: 4
O. Violation: Failure to yield right of way to emergency vehicle.
Points assessed: 4
P. Violation: Failure to stop for school bus or school-crossing signals.
Points assessed: 4
Q. Violation: Failure to obey traffic signals or traffic instructions of an enforcement officer or traffic warden; or any official regulatory traffic sign or device requiring a full stop or yield of right of way; denying entry; or requiring direction of traffic.
Points assessed: 4
R. Violation: Improper passing.
Points assessed: 4
S. Violation: Failure to yield (no official sign involved).
Points assessed: 4
T. Violation: Improper turning movements (no official sign involved).
Points assessed: 3
U. Violation: Wearing of headphones/earphones while driving motor vehicles (two or more wheels).
Points assessed: 3
V. Violation: Failure to wear an approved helmet and/or reflectorized vest while operating or riding on a motorcycle, MOPED, or a three or four-wheel vehicle powered by a motorcycle-like engine.
Points assessed: 3
W. Violation: Improper overtaking.
Points assessed: 3
X. Violation: Other moving violations (involving driver behavior only).
Points assessed: 3
Y. Violation: Operating an unsafe vehicle. (See Note 2).
Points assessed: 2
Z. Violation: Driver involved in accident is deemed responsible (only added to points assessed for specific offenses).
Points assessed: 1

1. When two or more violations are committed on a single occasion, points may be assessed for each individual violation.

2. This measure should be used for other than minor vehicle safety defects or when a driver or registrant fails to correct a minor defect (for example, a burned out headlight not replaced within the grace period on a warning ticket).

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Title 32 published on 2015-08-22

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 32 CFR Part 634 after this date.

  • 2015-12-18; vol. 80 # 243 - Friday, December 18, 2015
    1. 80 FR 78989 - Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision
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      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Department of the Army
      Proposed rule.
      Consideration will be given to all comments received by: February 16, 2016.
      32 CFR Part 634