Checkpoints - Do not artificially create bullet lists
Assistive technologies are able to convey information to users as they navigate to and within lists, such as the total number of items and the relative position of each item in the list. Style sheets can be used to change the presentation of the lists while preserving their meaning.
Assistive technologies also provide additional navigation commands for lists, such as "Go to next list item" and "Go to next list". When creating lists by using . (dot) or - (dash) characters, users cannot navigate the list easily and scree readers don't have the information on when to pause reading. potetially altering the meaning of the content of the page.
Accessibility (WCAG 2 Level AA, 1.3.1)
The checkpoint examines the entire HTML source code of a page and reports if any form of hyphen or dash is found.