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Question:

In Montana, which of the following will NOT result in license revocation for one year?

A Two convictions for speeding within one year
Explaination

Perjury relating to the ownership or operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop and render aid when involved in an accident that resulted in bodily injury or death, and negligent vehicular assault are some of the convictions that will result in license revocation for one year. Under Montana's point system, a conviction for speeding will earn you three points. If you accumulate 15 points in three years, your driver license will be suspended, not revoked. Your license can be revoked if you earn 30 points in three years. [Chapter 8 – Penalties & Driving Records, Montana Driver Manual; Driver License Revocation, Montana Department of Justice, https://dojmt.gov/driving/driver-license-sanctions/#revocation; 23.3.202 Driver Rehabilitation Point System, Administrative Rules of Montana]