How To Get Out of a Speeding Ticket


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Every driver dreads the sight of those flashing lights in their rear view mirror, but if you are smart, you can avoid them. Here are some of the best tips for avoiding traffic tickets.

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How To Get Out of a Speeding Ticket

  1. 1. How to get out of a speeding ticket
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  3. 3. This could be considered reckless driving. Even if you are confident in your own driving abilities, you can’t be confident in the driving abilities of those around you. Avoid weaving in and out of lanes. Speed Trap traits: sharp bends, main streets, areas with either rising or falling speed limit signs 65 Sudden slowing or lane changes of the cars around you could be because there’s an officer up ahead.
  4. 4. Often, they keep each other informed of highway patrol positions via their CB radios. Follow truckers. When driving in a group of cars, stay in the middle where you can blend in. That way you’re not in the front, driving the fastest, or in the back, easy to pull over. Stay in the middle. Try not to let your car draw attention to itself. Driving a sports car in the fast lane is more noticable than driving a minivan in the slow lane. !
  5. 5. Wave at the police cruiser. He will either think that you know each other or will think you're acknowledging that you were speeding, and are letting him know you're slowing down. Sign the ticket. Signing the ticket is not an admission of guilt. It means you received the ticket and will appear in court or pay the ticket. Refusing to sign is a legal offense in many states, and you can be fined and/or arrested. Don’t be combative, but don’t admit guilt, either. If an officer asks, “Do you know why I pulled you over?” and you say that you were speeding, that is an admission of guilt and can be used to incriminate you.
  6. 6. You can be pulled over, even if following the posted speed limit, for not exercising caution and slowing your speed in hazardous conditions (snow, ice, fog, etc.) that adversely affects visibility or traction.;sid=ca3447babdb6e39915fb1add432e376b;rgn=div5; view=text;node=49%3A5.;idno=49;cc=ecfr#49: You cannot be ticketed if you are driving at or below the speed limit. TRAFFIC TICKET MYTH #1 !
  7. 7. There are no state or federal laws prohibiting driving barefoot, but a local jurisdiction could have enacted an ordinance against the practice. It is illegal to drive barefoot. TRAFFIC TICKET MYTH #2
  8. 8. Traffic violations between February 2009 and February 2010, show no significant difference between the frequency of red cars being pulled over and cars of other colors. Red cars get pulled over more than other cars. TRAFFIC TICKET MYTH #3 Most-pulled-over cars Sedans and luxury coupes Least-pulled-over cars SUVs and minivans
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