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(b) 30 days for a second offense of (a) above. This also requires a counseling letter. (c) 30 days for not paying the license fee within the time specified after being notified that the initial check was returned because of insufficient funds. (d) 90 days for operating a class of vehicle other than the class for which licensed. (e) 90 days for operating a POV with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.5 milligrams (mg) to 0.79 mg of alcohol per 1.0 milliliter (mL) of whole blood. (f) 180 days for failing for the third or subsequent time to wear a seatbelt or failing to require passengers to wear seatbelts or restraining devices while riding in a POV. (g) 180 days for operating a POV with a BAC of 0.8 mg to 0.99 mg of alcohol per 1.0 mL of whole blood. (h) 180 days for having two convictions or receiving nonjudicial punishment twice for traffic offenses during any 12 consecutive months. (i) 180 days for accumulating 12 or more traffic points in 12 consecutive months or 18 traffic points in 24 consecutive months (para 17). (j) 180 days for disposing of a POV in a manner not authorized by AE Regulation 190-1/USAFE Instruction 31-202. c. Revocations. Revocations are for indefinite periods with petitions for reinstatement authorized only after 12 months or 5 years (2 years for Air Force-affiliated personnel), depending on the offense. The revocation period starts the date the certificate of license is confiscated. After successful petition for reinstatement through the chain of command, the petitioner must retake all applicable tests. Offenses resulting in revocation are as follows: (1) Being convicted by a military or civilian court or receiving nonjudicial punishment for— (a) Manslaughter with a POV.
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12 AE Pam 190-34/USAFE Pam 31-206 15 Feb 06 (b) Any offense in which a motor vehicle is used if the same or a closely related offense carries a maximum punishment of confinement at hard labor for 1 year or more or a punitive discharge under the UCMJ. (c) Fleeing the scene of an accident that involved a death or personal injury (hit and run). (d) Committing perjury or making a false affidavit or statement under oath about owning or operating a motor vehicle. (e) Obtaining a U.S. Forces certificate of license or helping another person obtain a certificate of license through unauthorized means or using false pretenses to avoid licensing requirements. (f) Driving a POV while the certificate of license is suspended or revoked. NOTE: Persons subject to AE Regulation 190-1/USAFE Instruction 31-202 will not drive any vehicles in Europe if their privileges to drive have been withdrawn, suspended, or revoked by the U.S. Forces or civil authorities. (2) Refusing to take or complete lawfully requested chemical tests under the implied-consent provision in AE Regulation 190-1/USAFE Instruction 31-202. (3) Driving a POV with a BAC of 1.0 mg of alcohol per 1.0 mL of whole blood or higher.

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