January 13, 2022

Not many drivers realize this, but the financial burden that results from traffic tickets extends beyond fines. You will earn demerit points for every traffic violation you commit. These points will reflect badly on your record and cause your car insurance costs to increase.  In North Dakota, if you accumulate 12 or more demerits, you

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January 12, 2022

Similar to many states, North Carolina has a points demerits system. If you commit a traffic violation, you will earn demerit points on your record.  Accumulating too many points has grave consequences. It can cause your insurance rates to increase, or worse, lead to license suspension.  You’re in luck, though, because the state allows you

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January 12, 2022

New York is one of the busiest states in the US. With millions of people commuting every day, it’s easy to get tangled up in road troubles and earn a couple of traffic tickets in a year.  Each violation is assigned a value that ranges from 2 to 11 points. Accumulating 11 points within 18

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January 12, 2022

According to Safewise.com, New Mexico is one of the most dangerous driving states in the US. It is among the top 5 states with the most speeding, drunk driving, and distracted driving fatalities. In contrast, it is at the bottom of the ranking of the strictest states when it comes to driving laws, according to

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January 12, 2022

Good news! New Jersey is among the list of states that allow online traffic schools.  However, there is no state-wide approval on traffic ticket dismissal by completing an online defensive driving course. In general, only the judge can dismiss a ticket, so it’s on a case-by-case basis.  If you get the green light from your

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