Md. TRANSPORTATION Code Ann. § 21-905

§ 21-905. High risk driving by minor holding provisional license

(a)  In general. —  A holder of a provisional driver’s license who is under the age of 18 years is guilty of high-risk driving if the holder of the provisional license commits any of the following violations:

(1)  § 21-901.1 of this subtitle (Reckless and negligent driving);

(2)  § 21-901.2 of this subtitle (Aggressive driving); or

(3)  § 21-1116 of this title (Race or speed contest prohibited).

(b)  Suspension of license; hearing. —

(1)  If the individual is convicted of a violation specified in subsection (a) of this section, the Administration shall suspend the individual’s driver’s license:

(i)  For a first offense, for 6 months; and

(ii)  For a second or subsequent offense, for 1 year.

(2)  An individual subject to a license suspension under this subsection may request a hearing as provided for a suspension or revocation under Title 12, Subtitle 2 of this article.



Similar Law in Other Jurisdictions

  • Massachusetts: Massachusetts General Laws, Part I, Title XIV, Chapter 90, Section 24P(b): Minors; further violations; education and treatment programs
  • North Carolina: § 20-13.3. Immediate civil license revocation for provisional licensees charged with certain offenses