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No one likes to think about the idea of getting a ticket, especially if this isn’t the first time and therefore a ticket is sure to mean a hike in an insurance rate, points against one’s record, potential license suspension (depending upon the number of points accumulated in a certain time period), and a large…

If you are pulled over for speeding and issued a citation in the state of Florida, you have a few different options regarding how you want to approach the ticket. First, you can simply pay the ticket within 30 days, which can be done online, in person, or over the phone. Second, you may have…

Despite the dangers associated with speeding and other unlawful behaviors, most drivers in Florida don’t give much thought to going a few miles per hour over the posted speed limit, forgetting to signal, or failing to come to a complete stop. Until, that is, they are pulled over by a Florida police officer and issued…

So you’re trying to get somewhere important—maybe work, maybe to visit a relative. And yes, you might be going a little over the speed limit. But suddenly you see the blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror and your heart is in your mouth. What do you do? Hopefully, you do what the law requires—you…

Speeding tickets can be expensive. Certainly, no one is expecting to pay several hundred dollars simply because they got caught going a few miles over the speed limit. If you’ve received a speeding ticket in Florida, you might have many questions. Here we will answer the most common that we receive. How Much is a…

No, you don’t “have” to. However, the only way to avoid taking a class is to fight the traffic ticket and win. Or admit you are guilty, pay the fine, and accept the points on your record. These aren’t great options for everybody. Basically, you will need to attend traffic school in two situations. You…

With so much going on, it can be hard to keep up with the status of your traffic tickets. You probably know you received a ticket but might have lost it. Since you have 30 days to decide what you want to do—pay the fine, plead not guilty and fight the ticket, etc.—you might be…