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Never Plead Guilty to a Traffic Ticket!
If you pay a traffic violation without fighting it, that is the same as pleading guilty. Pleading guilty to a traffic ticket can add points to your driving record which can result in increased insurance premiums, DMV fees and a potential driver license suspension.
Points & License Suspensions (see our points list below)
- Points remain on your driving record for 18 months from the date of the violation
- A moving violation remains on your driving record for 3 or more years from the date of your conviction
- If you accumulate 6 or more points, the DMV issues a Driver Responsibility assessment. The assessment is $300 for the first 6 points and $75 per point over 6
- If you accumulate 11 or more points within an 18 month period, the DMV will suspend your license
- If you are convicted of one 11 point speeding violation, the DMV will suspend your license
- Three or more speeding ticket convictions with dates of violation within an 18 month period, will lead to a license revocation
Driver Responsibility Assessments
The DMV assesses a penalty over and above any fines that you pay to the court if you accumulate too many points. The Driver Responsibility Assessment starts at $300 for accumulation of six points plus an additional $75 for every point over six. Visit the NY Department of Motor Vehicles website for more information about the Driver Responsibility Assessment.
Traffic convictions cause your insurance carrier to consider you a higher risk and can result in an increase your insurance rate. Although points are only counted against you for 18 months from the date of a violation, the moving violation remains on your record for 3 or more years for insurance companies to see.
The Best Traffic Lawyer to Protect your License
Veltry Law, PC has been fighting traffic tickets for over 30 years. We appear in all of the traffic, village and town courts every day of the week. We know the policies and procedures in each of the local courts and know what needs to be done to get the absolute best results for your traffic violation in each court.
Call Us 24/7 or send us a Message and to speak to a Traffic Lawyer today. We will be happy to tell you exactly how we can assist you in getting your traffic ticket reduced or dismissed in order to protect your license. Be sure to ask about our Money-Back Guarantee. We can handle everything by phone to save you time!
Traffic Violation Points
|Speeding 1 to 10 mph over limit||3|
|Speeding 11 to 20 mph over limit||4|
|Speeding 21 to 30 mph over limit||6|
|Speeding 31 to 40 mph over limit||8|
|Speeding over 40 mph over limit||11|
|600-1-a Leaving the Scene of an Accident – Property Damage||3|
|600-2a Leaving the Scene of an Accident – Personal Injury (Misdemeanor)||3|
|1102 Failure to Comply with a Lawful Order||2|
|1110 (a) Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device||2|
|1110 (a)(1) Passed Green Arrow||3|
|1111 (d)(1) Passed Red Light||3|
|1111 (a)(1) Passed Red Arrow||3|
|1120 (a) Failure to Keep Right||3|
|1122 Improper Lane Change||3|
|1128 (a) Unsafe Lane Change||3|
|1129 (a) Following Too Closely (Tailgating)||4|
|1140 Failure to Yield Right of Way at Intersection||3|
|1141 Failure to Yield Right of Way--Oncoming Traffic||3|
|1143 Failure to Yield Right of Way--Pedestrians||3|
|1144 -a Failed to Yield Right of Way to an Emergency Vehicle||3|
|1144-a(a) Failure to Move Over||2|
|1163 Failure to Signal Lane Change||2|
|1172 Failure to Stop at Stop Sign or Flashing Red Light||3|
|1180 (a) Unreasonable/Imprudent Speed||3|
|1180 (b) Speeding 1 - 10 mph over speed limit||3|
|1180 (b) Speeding 11 - 20 mph over speed limit||4|
|1180 (b) Speeding 21 - 30 mph over speed limit||6|
|1180 (b) Speeding 31 - 40 mph over speed limit||8|
|1180 (b) Speeding 40 mph + over speed limit (Possible Suspension)||11|
|1212 Reckless Driving (Misdemeanor)||5|
|1225 (c) Use of Mobile Phone/Cell Phone||5|
|1225 (d) Use of Portable Electronic Device||5|
|1229(c)(3) No Seat Belt/Driver|
|319 Uninsured Motorist (Possible Revocation)|
|509-1 Unlicensed Operation|
|509-2 Operating Out of Class|
|511-1(a) Aggravated Unlicensed 3rd degree (Misdemeanor)|
|511-2 (a) Aggravated Unlicensed 2nd degree (Misdemeanor)|
|511-3 Aggravated Unlicensed 1st degree (Felony)|
|512 Operation while Registration or Privilege is Suspended or Revoked (misdemeanor)|
For more information about points, feel free to visit the New York Department of Motor Vehicles website.