August 16, 2021

Every state has a point system for traffic violations, and California is no different. These point systems are used to keep track of the driving records of all licensed drivers in a particular state.  The more serious the violation, the more points you receive, and likewise with less serious violations – the less serious the

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August 16, 2021

Driving without a proper license is often a risk unintentionally taken by many. Whether your license is expired, suspended, forgotten, or you never have one, it happens. People get in their car confident that no one will ever find out, and usually, they are correct, which is why they are wrong. Eventually, it will happen,

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August 6, 2021

We explained the basics of what your driving record is in our first post in this series, but if you were just looking for your state and skipped it, here’s the breakdown. Our driving record, as drivers, is our public account of all the various aspects of our driving history. From basic information to violations,

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August 6, 2021

As drivers, our driving record is our public account of all of the various aspects of our driving history. From our basic information telling agencies such as the DMV and police department who we are, to our license classifications, to any violations we may have committed in our time on the road, our driving record

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August 3, 2021

When it comes to getting traffic tickets, we as drivers fall under two categories: The lucky ones, and the unlucky ones.  The lucky ones, of course, have been pulled over more times than they can count and have still never had a ticket issued to them, and I don’t think I have to tell you

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