I already knew that this statute required persons who are convicted of certain offenses can be mandated to complete driving school but I did not know that the same statute can mandate school if the driver has been convicted of more than one accident case within a certain time frame.
If the Bureau upholds the suspension then you lose your ability to drive again. If There ends up being a defect in your case and the Bureau grants a motion to set aside the suspension, you will have the ability to drive because your suspension will be overturned.
What types of tickets do you want to avoid paying? Well, you don't want to pay a bunch of moving violations because moving violations carry points and if you get 12 points within a 12 month period your license could be suspended for 30 days