11.11.12.03

.03 Disqualification for Serious Traffic Violations.

A. A driver or holder of a commercial driver's license shall be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for a period of 60 days for a second conviction of any combination of serious traffic violations incurred in a separate incident within a 3-year period while operating a:

(1) Commercial motor vehicle; or

(2) Noncommercial motor vehicle if the conviction results in the revocation, cancellation, refusal, or suspension of the individual's driver's license or privilege to drive.

B. A driver or holder of a commercial driver's license shall be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for a period of 120 days for a third conviction of any combination of serious traffic violations incurred in a separate incident within a 3-year period while operating a:

(1) Commercial motor vehicle; or

(2) Noncommercial motor vehicle, if the conviction results in the revocation, cancellation, refusal, or suspension of the individual's driver's license or privilege to drive.

C. A disqualification imposed under this chapter shall be in addition to any other period of disqualification.