Reasons why your drivers license can be suspended in Indiana
In Indiana, driver’s license suspension ranges from a minimum of 90 days to a maximum of two years, and the duration is dependent upon the underlying reason for the suspension. Once you’ve been sent a notice of suspension, you’ll have 18 days before the suspension goes into effect. Unlike many other states, license suspensions in Indiana are not based on points that accumulate on your license.
Suspensions are, instead, based on specific events. For example, if you have two moving violations in the space of a year, you will be required to attend a state Driver Safety Program (DSP), and failure to attend can lead to license suspension.