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Speeding And Traffic Tickets- What Should You Do?

What to do when you receive a speeding or traffic citation

Too often I speak with people who have recently received a speeding or traffic citation and when I ask them what they did with it, the most common response is, “I just wrote a check and sent it in.” This is the absolute worst thing that you can do!! When you pay a ticket like that, it goes on your record as a conviction, which gets reported to the Secretary of State, which your auto insurance company sees, which ultimately raises your insurance premium. Further, if you get three convictions on your record within a year, your license is suspended!

Traffic Tickets: To do, and not to do.

What you need to know about traffic violations.

  • 12 July 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 422
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If you get pulled over for speeding or for any other moving violation, and are given a ticket, what should you do? Many people think that they should just pay the ticket and send it in. This is not your best move. If you do that, the ticket goes on your record as a conviction. What does this mean?
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