What should you do if you’ve lost your NY traffic ticket, can’t find it and know that a deadline of some sort to respond or show in court is approaching or has past? It depends on where the ticket was issued and what information you may have available concerning the … Read More
New NY cell phone law now adds 5 points to your NY license as of June 2013. New York simply does not want drivers distracted by the use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices while driving and the penalties if convicted of this offense keep getting more severe.… Read More
Looking to fight a New York speeding ticket issued in Brooklyn or Queens or Westchester or any of the small towns or villages throughout the state? Considering the consequences of speeding in NY, in most cases you probably should be looking to contest your ticket.
With the Memorial Day holiday, as we see on many holidays, people will travel. Whether it’s vacation or quick visits to friends and family, major holidays like this one are when the greatest number of people travel from here to there.
§ 1174. Overtaking and passing school bus. (a) The driver of a vehicle upon a public highway, street or private road upon meeting or overtaking from either direction any school bus marked and equipped as provided in subdivision twenty of section three hundred … Read More
Distracted driving is any activity that diverts a person’s attention away from the task of driving. Using cell phones and other electronic devices, adjusting various settings for the car or radio or navigation system, eating, drinking, shaving, disciplining your kids in the back…all are … Read More
The new Suffolk County Traffic and Parking Violation Agency (SCTPVA) is set to open on April 1, 2013.
Currently, moving violation traffic tickets which will be handled by this court are handled by the Suffolk County TVB. At the TVB, there is no plea bargaining. All challenged tickets proceed to … Read More
I talk to many people each day about a traffic ticket they received. A small percentage of the people I consult with tell me straight up that “they did it”, the “it” being whatever traffic violation they were charged with.
A larger percentage of the people I consult with tell … Read More