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Do You Know What a Driver Responsibility Assessment is?

If you’ve been cited for a traffic infraction, then there may be a driver responsibility assessment (DRA) that you have to pay the New York Department of Motor Vehicles for the next three years. State officials generally only impose a…

How can you defend against a cellphone ticket?

New York police make a considerable effort to catch people they believe are on their phones while driving. The penalties for cellphone use behind the wheel are tough, so it is crucial to investigate all avenues of defense if charged.…

Can you trick a field sobriety test by practicing?

Police officers who suspect someone of driving after having too much to drink will usually conduct two different kinds of tests. Chemical tests can detect the presence of alcohol or drugs in the body. Field sobriety tests help check someone…

What You Need To Know About Third Offense Dwi In New York State

Three or more DWI-related convictions in New York State within 10 years can result in a permanent revocation of your driver’s license. And while you can request for a waiver after five months of revocation, it is important to understand…

Don’t let the rush of the day lead to a speeding ticket

Time is a valuable commodity. Many motorists give themselves the least amount of time possible to get somewhere just to get in a few extra minutes of sleep, savor a meal or some other reason. While everyone can benefit from…

Can You Turn Right on a Red Light?

Many people believe that you’re always allowed to turn right on a red light. They believe that you’re supposed to stop at the light, look for traffic, and then turn when you find space to do so. But is this…

What is the difference between New York’s DWI and DWAI charges?

Drunk driving is illegal throughout the U.S. Each jurisdiction refers to alcohol-related crimes differently, though. New York uses the terminology driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving while ability impaired (DWAI) when referring to alcohol or drug-related crimes. You must understand…

3 reasons to challenge a speeding ticket

A New York speeding ticket can have severe consequences. A recent article suggests that your insurance premium will increase by 27.5% after a ticket. You will face considerable fines and administration fees. A license suspension is also possible. That alone…

Can police officers pull you over just for texting at the wheel?

Offenses people commit while driving fall into two categories: Primary and secondary. Primary offenses are significant violations like speeding that give police officers immediate cause to conduct a traffic stop and possibly site someone. Secondary offenses are issues that are…

Which Traffic Violations May Result in a Suspension of Your Hack License?

Anyone operating a for-hire vehicle such as a taxi or limousine in New York City’s five boroughs must first acquire a New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission (TLC) license to do so. This government agency sets rules for-hire drivers…



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