Blog Posts in November, 2013

  • Can I Get a Ticket for Driving Too Closely in New York?

    Oftentimes, people are unaware of the consequences of driving too closely, or tailgating , on the road. People also assume that this act cannot result in penalties unless they rear-end someone or get in some type of accident. Tailgating itself is a traffic offense and can result in consequences regardless if you get in an accident or not. N.Y. VTL §1129 requires that drivers and all motorists ...
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  • Why Hire a Traffic Ticket Lawyer to Fight Carpool Lane Violations

    The carpool lane, also referred to as the HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lane, was established to encourage people to carpool to and from work, as well as to various other destinations. Its purpose is to help cut down on congestion, save on gas consumption, scale down commute times, lower harmful emissions and significantly decrease the number of vehicles traveling along state highways. To drive in ...
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