I hate speeding tickets but I love driving. While driving in general is not that exciting, driving fast is. There seems to be a problem with it called speeding tickets. Nothing can alter your driving mood like the infamous traffic ticket. That’s why I pay much attention to how to fight traffic tickets.
I know I am not the only one who has gotten one of these “infractions.” They are unfair for the most part. Like once I was taking on a road trip with my friend and I got pulled over for going 65 in a 30mph zone. There was no reduced speed limit warning coming off the freeway on the Oregon Coast. You need some knowledge on fighting speeding tickets to handle this.
Obviously this did not matter to the cop who pulled me over. I cannot even begin to tell you how annoyed I get too when they ask why they pulled you over. I think they get enjoyment out of asking that stupid little phrase. Apparently they have to ask you this to get you to confess to your “crime.” It is not a crime! If you weren’t meant to speed then why do they make cars that go faster than the average speed limit? I tell you it is a government conspiracy! They force you to learn fight traffic tickets.
Fight speeding tickets by sticking it to the man! A hundred dollar speeding ticket is just a disguise for the real cost. Inevitably you always get scheduled to appear in court during working hours so that you continue to lose money. Now your $100 dollar ticket has magically turned into a $200 plus ticket. There is nothing good associated with speeding tickets. So I am an advocate for contesting speeding tickets every time.
True story; I got off with a warning for going 90mph in a 30mph zone, passing on a double yellow in front of on coming traffic, which just so happened to be a green cop car, in a car registered in California, a drivers license issued in Washington and insurance in Arizona. I suppose if you are women and are lucky enough to get pulled over by a man, your have a better chance of getting just a warning then an actual ticket.
Now I was all dolled up at the time, which I thought influenced the cop’s decision to let me off the hook. However I am going to have to say that the cop could not prove I was speeding because it would be pretty hard to gauge my actual speed even if the cop caught me by radar since I was coming towards him. So there is a reason I got off with such obvious violations.
Thank goodness I got lucky that time, but other times, I have been not so lucky. Anyways I found this book on contesting speeding tickets; which is really good because now I know that bikinis will not really get you out of a ticket and now I know how to get my traffic tickets reduced if not completely thrown out!
I am not likely to get that lucky again and my driving record is not exactly good, so I have to pay fortune to keep my car insured and I cannot stand driving school. When a light turns yellow, what does it mean? Good gosh it is like being in elementary school again. Besides I know the traffic laws I just have a problem when it comes to obeying them.
Obviously to avoid speeding tickets you probably should not speed, but 1. I cannot stand being behind some old man with an oxygen tank in the back of his car; and 2. Most speed limits are too slow. I got a speeding ticket in an alley once for going 10 mph. Gimmi a break! My Grandma can walk faster than that.
Anyways, there are ways to beat traffic tickets. You just need to know where to find them and what your best line of defense is when it comes to contesting the infamous speeding ticket.
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