Wash. Admin. Code § 308-104-075 - Driver's licenses-Prohibited practices-Suspension, cancellation, or denial period
(1) The department may suspend, cancel, or deny all driving privileges of a person who has been convicted of or determined by the department to have committed one of the prohibited practices relating to drivers' licenses listed in RCW 46.20.0921 for a period up to three hundred sixty-four consecutive days. The following terms of suspension shall be determined by the department:
(a) Up to sixty days for identity theft or fraud with no connection to traffic safety;
(b) Ninety days for identity theft or fraud related to avoiding a revocation or suspension with no connection to traffic safety;
(c) One hundred eighty days for identity theft or fraud related to avoiding a revocation or suspension associated with traffic safety, or for separate additional offenses with no connection to traffic safety; or
(d) Three hundred sixty-four days for identity theft or fraud related to avoiding a revocation or suspension with a direct connection to traffic safety.
(2) For purposes of RCW 46.20.0921(1)(e), an application for a commercial driver's license includes the application for a driver's license under RCW 46.20.091 and the application for a commercial driver's license under RCW 46.25.070.
Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110, 46.20.207, 46.20.291. 06-16-087, § 308-104-075, filed 7/31/06, effective 8/31/06.
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