Who do you think gets the most speeding tickets in a given year, if you're trying to look at a specific group? Most people would probably say either "teen drivers" or "young men." Both have a stereotypical reputation for driving quickly and breaking the rules -- either on purpose or through a lack of experience.
Most people break the speed limit. Maybe you go 60 mph when you're in a 55-mph zone. Maybe you go 80 mph when you're in a hurry on the interstate. Maybe you have accidentally sped through zones where you did not realize the limit had dropped. It happens.
As soon as the police officer pulls you over for speeding, do you start thinking about what excuse you're going to use? Do you start wondering if you can talk your way out of the ticket?
Everyone knows that when you see a speed limit sign, you're supposed to keep your car traveling below that speed level. However, this is not the only type of speed restriction law that you're in danger of violating. In fact, you could get in trouble for a speeding violation even if you're not driving above the posted speed limit.
A police officer pulls you over and tells you that he or she thinks you were speeding. Let's not get into whether you actually were or not, but that's the reason for the stop. The officer is thinking about giving you a ticket.
You drive through the same part of town every day. It starts out in a 25-mph zone right near your house, but it changes to a standard 55-mph zone about two miles along in your daily commute. Since you know the area and you know the sign is coming, you usually start accelerating before you actually get to it. This way, you can get up to 55 mph when you reach the sign. Is this legal?
Being issued a speeding ticket is stressful. Not only are you facing a monetary fine, but also points on your license. If you don't fight the ticket, your license will take a hit and any future citations could lead to a suspension of your driving privileges if you accrue enough points. Let's take a look at how you can fight a speeding ticket in today's post.
Being issued a speeding ticket is not the end of the world. The ticket, if one of many on your record, could affect the status of your driver's license. This is when you need to look into attending traffic school or a defensive driving class. Not only will attending these classes help your insurance rates, they will also help the status of your license.
The talk across the country of late has been about digital license plates on all types of motor vehicles. Well, they have finally come to the state of California. So far, there are at least 100 digital license plates in use across the state. These new plates are considered to be "connected" and the message displayed on them can be changed by the driver of the vehicle or a fleet manager in Encino.
Getting pulled over in California is never a pleasant experience. You will most likely drive away from the traffic stop with some sort of ticket. It might not be what you were initially pulled over for, but it's still a ticket. Traffic tickets in California can be expensive. They can also put points on your driving record depending on the violation. Here's how to fight a traffic ticket in Encino.