The United States is a country that loves to drive. Although cities such as New York and Washington D.C. have excellent public transportation systems, millions of Americans still drive as part of their daily commute.
And even though most drivers are licensed, having passed a written test and a driving exam, many drivers make occasional mistakes, while some openly flout the law. The result is that millions of traffic tickets are issued in the United States every year. With the fines for many tickets costing more than $100, that makes traffic tickets a multi-billion dollar industry.
Some critics of the traffic ticket system say that it doesn't ensure safety and only encourages police officers to satisfy ticket 'quotas'. Even so, tickets are intended as a deterrent and knowing how traffic tickets work is important whether you're fighting a ticket in court or trying to better understand the traffic laws.
In this section, we'll look at how traffic tickets work and the different types of offenses. I'll also pass along some tips on how to beat traffic tickets. Actually, that should be your very first destination below.
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