New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

Nassau Sees Jump in Red-Light Camera Revenue

 

Drivers in Nassau County have been shelling out much more money after being caught by red-light cameras. Revenue from 2016 red-light camera tickets rose nearly 44% over 2015. However, the number of crashes in all major categories also rose, according to a new county report. This is the first time...

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5 Unique Laws Drivers in NJ Should Know About

 

Despite being ranked as the No. 3 state for good drivers in U.S., New Jersey has a reputation as an awful place to drive. That could be due to the Garden State’s terribly designed infrastructure, high levels of congestion, or its strictly enforced traffic laws. Many drivers are well aware...

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Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign in Effect Statewide

 

New Yorkers need to be even more mindful than usual about buckling up during the next two weeks. On Monday, May 21 the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) kicked off its statewide “Buckle Up New York, Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaign. The initiative, which runs through Sunday, June 3...

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