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How to Replace a Lost Defensive Driving Completion Certificate

by Kathy Teel on

If you rack up a few speeding tickets, the court might require you to attend traffic school. Depending on your state’s laws and your personal situation, what you lose in time you could gain in point reduction on your driver’s license. Courts and insurance companies often require proof that you’ve completed these courses in order […]

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Dealing With Out-of-State Traffic Tickets by Kathy Teel on

Many people believe that out-of-state traffic tickets don’t follow them home. That’s not true. Not only do most states share information about traffic violations, but your home state might penalize you. And it’s only a matter of time before your auto insurance company finds out, as well. Traffic Violations Across the Country Various compacts and […]

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Learn How to Use Your State’s Vehicle Code by Melissa Crumish on

Knowing where to find and how to use vehicle code is good to know should you ever need help in understanding how traffic tickets can influence your drivers license as well as points on your driving record. But, because each vehicle code differs, you must make sure you access the one specific for your state. […]

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Where to Find Your State’s Vehicle Code by Nadia Ibanez on

It’s no secret that there are many rules applicable to operating a vehicle on a U.S. roadway. However, keeping abreast all of the local and national statutes and regulations can get a bit confusing. Fortunately, each state provides a vehicle code, also known as traffic code or motor vehicle code, which is a collection of […]

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