Every year, millions of traffic tickets are issued to New Yorkers for speeding, moving violations, and other traffic offenses. In addition to fines, these tickets also come with points on a person’s license. But what exactly does it mean to get points on your driver’s license, and what are the potential consequences of getting too many points?
Every year, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers are ticketed for violations of local and state traffic laws. Collectively, these tickets cost drivers tens of millions of dollars in fines and fees every year, and result in many drivers having their licenses suspended or revoked. Here are the seven most common traffic violations that people are pulled over for: Continue reading “Seven Most Common Traffic Violations in New York”
One of the most serious potential traffic offenses that someone can be arrested for is driving under the influence (also known as a DUI). In New York, this is split up into two types of offenses: driving while ability impaired (DWAI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI), with a DWI being more severe than a DWAI. If you are arrested and convicted on a DUI charge, you could face numerous potential consequences, including the following: Continue reading “Five Possible Consequences of a DUI”