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How To Fight Speeding Tickets Advice

Nothing can interrupt your driving excitement like a traffic ticket. Since I love to drive…fast that is, the general problem with it is called speeding tickets. I hate speeding tickets! That’s why I pay much attention to fighting speeding tickets.

I got a speeding ticket once off the Oregon Coast for going 65 in a 30mph zone. Unfair I tell you. I am not the only person who has gotten one of those “infractions” for speed limit signs that are unfairly posted; such was the case on a road trip with my friend a while back. You need some knowledge on how to fight speeding tickets to handle this.

If a speedometer on a car reads up to 120mph, why make a speed limit at 65mph on the freeway? They want you to speed so they can make their money. I think cops get off making you feel stupid by asking you why they pulled you over. Or they think you are dumb enough to admit you’re guilty before you have a chance to defend yourself. They force you to learn how to get out of a speeding ticket.

You know what else I hate about speeding tickets? Contesting them; not only does it take time out of your day it is usually at the most inconvenient time like during work hours. How much sense does it make? It is like a double whammy because your $100.00 ticket has now turned into a $200.00 ticket because you missed a day of work. We gotta stick it to the man and fight speeding tickets!

Of course if you are a girl you have a better change at getting a warning then a full on ticket, well that is if you are lucky enough to get pulled over by a man cop. True story, I was driving down some road in Arizona and I got pulled over for passing on a double yellow, in front on coming traffic, which just happened to be a light green cop car, going 90 in a 35, with a Washington driver’s license, a car registered in California, and insurance in Arizona!

Now I would like to say that I got off with a warning because I was all jazzed up that day, but I would have to say for all those offenses which were pretty obvious, that I got off because he could not prove that I was speeding. I mean, he did not have radar so he could not have been able to pace me and there were no air cops either so he really did not have anything for his defense.

After reading this book I found on contesting speeding tickets, in hind sight I can say it was defiantly the lack of evidence that got me off the hook, not my smile. I have not gotten that lucky all the time but now I know I have a reliable defense when it comes to getting my tickets reduced or 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.

In short, contesting the infamous speeding ticket is easy if you know where to find the information you need to beat it.

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