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Handling a Lost Parking Ticket

by Melissa Crumish on

Just like with lost traffic tickets, a lost parking ticket is not the type of thing to shrug off with “it will eventually show up.” You need to act fast in either finding it or contacting the proper authorities. All parking citations are time sensitive. Each one comes with a posted due date. If you […]

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Handling a Lost Out-of-State Traffic Ticket by Kat Saks on

Plenty of things go missing when you’re traveling on the open road: spare socks, souvenirs, and sometimes, out-of-state traffic tickets. You can let go of spare socks and postcards, but unfortunately, you can’t put an out-of-state speeding ticket out of mind. Learn how to handle a lost out-of-state ticket so you can move on. A […]

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Find Your Lost Traffic Ticket Online by Kat Saks on

If a tree falls in the woods and nobody hears it, does it still make a sound? If you lose a traffic ticket and can’t find it, does you still have to address the citation? You bet. When you lose a traffic ticket, you don’t lose your responsibility to address the citation. Finding a lost […]

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Finding Lost Traffic Ticket Information by Kat Saks on

Did you leave your speeding ticket in the dust? Courts won’t accept a lost traffic ticket as a valid excuse for late payment or for not appearing in court. But don’t lose hope in the search for your lost speeding ticket! Read on to learn how to recover the information you need to address your […]

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Smile, You’re on Camera: How to Handle a Photo Radar Ticket by Kat Saks on

You open your mail to discover a photo of you behind the wheel of the car. Who took this unflattering picture? Most likely, you didn’t get snapped by the paparazzi; you just received a photo radar traffic ticket. What is a Photo Radar Ticket? States that issue photo traffic tickets (also known as red light […]

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Turning Your First Traffic Ticket Into Your Last by Melissa Crumish on

Whether your first traffic ticket is a speeding ticket or a ticket for improper passing, you don’t want to make it a common occurrence, especially when you consider the common repercussions, such as: Hefty fines. Driving record points, if applicable to your state. Possible driver’s license suspension (contingent on the severity of the violation). Increased […]

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