Traffic Tickets & Motor Vehicles

Traffic Tickets are one component of Motor Vehicle Law , which covers any self-propelled vehicle designed to carry or transport people or objects. Automobiles, cars, motorcycles, trucks, buses and tractor trailers are common examples of motor vehicles. Frequent issues also include registration, insurance, drivers licenses, speeding tickets, vehicle repairs and recalls and parking violations.

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It is important to know that your ability to drive on the road is not a constitutionally protected right – it’s merely a privilege. Your driver’s license can be suspended for a period of time even for violations that not directly related to your operation of a motor vehicle. And when certain...
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Auto recall letters are usually generated when a car or motor vehicle is determined to have a design or manufacturing defect. Automobile repairs are typically completed in a reasonably prompt and properly by dealers in order to ensure the safety of the driver. Problems will occasionally arise...
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Traffic tickets contain certain information that is important for you to understand and identify after you have been cited for a traffic law violation. What appears on each ticket will depend on the jurisdiction you’re in but, in general, most will contain the same or similar items. Additional...
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If you have recently received a speeding ticket, you may want to challenge it in court. Going to traffic court may be a good investment in time since you may have a reasonable chance to get the fine reduced or the ticket dismissed entirely. Review the traffic code you are alleged to have...
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The law for teenage drivers varies from state to state. There are special laws and insurance requirements for young drivers, who are new and inexperienced to the road and operating a motor vehicle. Teenagers are High Risk Drivers Teenage drivers are considered to be in the “high risk” drivers...
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