March

Blog Posts in March, 2015

  • How Can a Reckless Driving Ticket Hurt My Record?

    Reckless driving seems like something out of the movies or car commercials, but law enforcement in New York City is by no means hesitant in issuing tickets for such behavior. Even something you might not consider to be reckless is often considered dangerous by police and will leave you stuck with a hefty fine and a tarnished record. But how does a ticket like this one hurt your record? The ...
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  • Are Speeding Cameras Making New York City Streets Safer?

    Speeding cameras are the bane of many drivers’ existence. Forcing you to quickly hit the brakes lest the camera catch you going over the posted speed limit, these cameras are notorious in New York City. What drivers may not know, however, is that speeding cameras may actually be cutting down on violations and making the streets safer. Speeding cameras are most popular in school zones where the ...
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  • Caught on Camera? Fighting Your Red Light Violation

    New York City has hundreds of thousands of red light cameras installed on various streets, all for the purpose of catching offenders and penalizing them for their violation. Unfortunately, many drivers feel that these tickets are invalid because the cameras might not tell the full story. Even if you did receive a ticket in the mail for a red light violation caught on camera, there may be hope for ...
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  • Speeding Tickets Increase Despite the Mayor's Promises

    On November 6, 2014, the speed limit in New York City dropped from 30 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour. Just a day before the new speed limit went into effect, Mayor Bill de Blasio promised that speeding tickets would be issued slowly so drivers could adjust to the change. Unfortunately, it appears that Mayor de Blasio’s promises didn’t amount to very much at all. Tickets Doubling in One Month ...
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