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Reduction in traffic deaths a top priority in New York City

New York City residents and visitors must face some of the nation’s busiest and most congested streets. With extreme density in the city, the chance for accidents to occur can be high. Traffic violations are taken seriously by law enforcement and New York traffic law can have harsh penalties depending upon the nature of a given situation. Fines are high, points on a driver’s license can raise insurance rates and license suspensions can make life challenging for many drivers.

New York City embarks upon Vision Zero plan

As the New Year gets off to a full start, people in and around New York City continue to be aware of the need for safety on NYC streets for both motorists and pedestrians alike. In 2013, many new initiatives were instituted to increase the focus on reducing accidents or strengthening penalties for people who violate traffic laws by speeding or other actions.

IID after DWI could maintain driving privileges in New Jersey

New York City residents may frequently drive in both New York and New Jersey, making the need to be aware of each state’s traffic laws important. While many laws and penalties may be common between the two states, there are still others that vary greatly. When person will face a suspended license, for example, is one such consequence that can vary, especially when concerning drunk driving convictions.

Transplant patient gets speeding ticket on way to surgery

It can be all too easy to fall into stereotyping those people who receive traffic violations on New York roads and highways. Depending on the nature of the citation, it can sometimes be assumed that a person found at fault is not responsible in some fashion. However, the reality of the law is that it can be very easy to receive anything from speeding tickets to tickets for a host of other reasons while still being a very responsible citizen.

Man arrested for driving with suspended license twice in one week

Drivers in the state of New York can find themselves faced with a variety of fines being assessed or points added to their driving record all too easily. A parking ticket fine that was inadvertently overlooked, for example, can end up causing more serious problems down the road. In other situations, there may be more serious offenses that lead to the revocation of driving privileges. No matter the reason, driving with a suspended driver’s license itself can only add to the complications if such action is found.

Study shows that states with more traffic laws have fewer deaths

Drivers in New York are aware of the state’s strong stance against drinking and driving. New York traffic law has also been increasing the effort to reduce vehicular accidents and fatalities with a range of efforts on the part of law enforcement and municipal officials ranging from CITE vehicles to designated slow zones in New York City. Any person who receives a traffic ticket or DUI arrest is eligible for an appropriate defense but should be aware of the consequences.

CITE vehicles once again allowed in New York

Drivers in New York know the sights and sounds of a police car when pulling someone over. New York traffic law requires that a driver stops when appropriately signaled by officers. The failure to do so could result in additional charges being levied. Police officers can stop drivers for any number of reasons including speeding, reckless driving, non-functional vehicle lights, expired auto tags and more. Fines, points and other penalties are typically determined by the circumstances of each individual situation.

CITE vehicles target handheld mobile device drivers

New York City drivers have seen an increased effort to reduce speeding in many parts of the city with new speed bumps installed and speed zones designated near schools or other select areas. The goal according to city officials is public safety. Drivers in violation of New York traffic law can face various penalties depending on the circumstances that can include fines, points on driving records, driver’s license suspension and more.

Speeding continues to be hot topic in NYC with proposed bill

Speeding has been a topic getting a lot of attention in New York City lately. The installation of slow zones in multiple neighborhoods as well as traffic cameras by several schools is showing the city government’s commitment to attacking speeding and increasing safety on the streets.

Residents concerned about lack of speeding tickets issued

New York residents are aware of the laws governing traffic. From speeding to appropriate lane changes and more, the city’s traffic laws are intended to keep motorists and others on the roads safe at all times. New York police officers can cite drivers found to be breaking any of the these laws and the consequences can include fines, points on driver’s records or more depending on the severity of the violation or specific circumstances.

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