Your teen’s driving privileges may be restricted or lost if they violate state traffic laws. When a driver under 20 receives a demerit point conviction (including safety belt and child restraint device) they are required to go to a driver improvement clinic. Your teen will not receive safe driving points for attending this clinic. If they do not complete the clinic within 90 days, their driving privileges will be suspended until the clinic is completed. If you are under 18, after your second demerit point conviction, DMV will suspend your permit or license for 90 days. A third conviction results in the loss of driving privileges until the age of 18 or for one year, whichever is longer.