DMV will restrict your driving privileges for 90 days to drive only for work purposes with no passengers except your parent, stepparent or guardian if you are under 18 years of age and have:
- Two convictions, or
- Two accidents, or
- A combination of one conviction and one accident.
These restrictions are in addition to the restrictions placed on a driver in the first year of a provisional license. A conviction for violation of these restrictions could result in a suspension or revocation of your driving privileges.
If you receive a third conviction or accident, DMV will suspend your driving privileges for six months even if you turn 18 years of age during the suspension period. For each subsequent driver improvement violation or preventable accident after three, DMV will suspend your driving privileges or right to apply for driving privileges for six months, regardless of a previous or current Driver Improvement Program suspension (see Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 735-072-0023).