LEGAL TIP OF THE WEEK
FEWER TRAFFIC TICKETS MEANS LESS REVENUE FOR THE STATE
And now for some good news, reports show state troopers are writing fewer tickets, meaning many motorists are getting off with warnings instead of having to pay costly fines. While this is good news for the moment, don’t expect it to last. Coming into the summer months and holiday travel, officers may have more opportunities to write tickets and that can mean taking a hit on your driving record. An increase in tickets is also possible because when fewer citations are handed out, the state loses money. If you get a speeding ticket, call us for help. We know what to do to keep the ticket from your record, so your insurance rates remain reasonable and you are able to maintain your right to drive.
For more information, contact us online today www.hostylaw.com or by calling the office at (405) 235-4040.