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The most commonly issued traffic tickets in New York

Most Americans use a car every day to complete essential tasks such as going to work, taking their children to school, and buying groceries. When they use their vehicles, they must obey the traffic laws at all times. Traffic laws are put in place to keep drivers, passengers, and pedestrians as safe as possible.

Millions of traffic tickets are issued each year in New York. If you are a driver, you should be aware of the types of traffic tickets that are most common, as well as how to take action if you believe that you received one in error.

Speeding tickets

All roads and highways have certain speed limits that must be adhered to. These speed limits are set based on the likelihood of pedestrians, cyclists, and children being on the road. Speed limits may also be low on mountainous or windy roads. If you get a speed ticket in New York, you'll likely need to pay a fine.

Ignoring traffic devices

Traffic devices are essential for maintaining safety at intersections. If you disobey a traffic device, you will be putting your own life at risk at the same time as endangering others. You'll likely be subject to two points on your license and a fine.

Having an uninspected motor vehicle

You should always have your motor vehicle inspected regularly. If you fail to do this, you'll face a modest fine.

If you have received a traffic ticket in New York and want to dispute it, you should take swift action to understand your rights under the law. By being proactive in your approach, you'll have the best possible chance of being successful.

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