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Speeding stop leads to discovery of unlicensed operation

In New York, there are many different reasons that a driver can lose the right to drive. For example, a suspended license or revoked driver’s license can be one consequence to a conviction for driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The New York Department of Motor Vehicles manages some of the parameters for how a license can be lost and how it can be regained.

Drunk driving arrest of school safety officer

Throughout New York City, the level of vigilance over various traffic violations has definitely increased in the past year or so. This can be seen in a variety of ways and against many different types of offenses. Drunk driving is one of these things. While it is important to keep the public safe when on the road, whether as a motorist, passenger, pedestrian, bicyclist or motorcyclist, it is equally important to protect the rights of those accused of vehicular offenses.

What states near New York hold DUI checkpoints?

You do not need to have lived in New York long to know that the state takes drunk driving very seriously. Penalties for DUI, DWI or related offenses can cost your thousands of dollars, put you in jail and even see you lose your right to drive for a certain period of time. The risk of being arrested for driving while intoxicated always exists but can be higher during holiday times such as in the summer.

How can new state residents obtain drivers’ licenses?

Our society today is a very mobile one. Many people frequently move to other states or even countries. If you move to New York and become residents of the state, obtaining a valid New York driver’s license is important. According to the New York Department of Motor Vehicles, there are two primary means of doing this. The first is by applying for a brand new license and passing all required tests.

New technology aims to reduce drunk driving

New York has some extremely strict laws and penalties for drunk driving. This is something that can be seen in other parts of the country as well. The need to improve safety on the road for all persons is important yet so too is the need to ensure fair treatment to all drivers. The negative stereotypes about people who are arrested for driving while intoxicated are not always accurate.

Can non-residents have their licenses suspended in New York?

Millions of people travel to Manhattan every year. If these visitors elect to drive while in the city, they need to abide by the local traffic laws. Violations of these laws may result in the suspension or revocation of driving privileges in New York State.

Sen. Rubio and wife faced prior threats of license suspension

Accumulated traffic citations may result in suspended license charges. For many New Yorkers, the consequences of such charges may be serious. In some cases, however, it may be possible to have these tickets dismissed, even with a long record of traffic violations.  

Get the facts about traffic violations in New York

New York traffic law has seen many changes since the institution of Vision Zero in 2014. Speed limits have been lowered and enforcement of certain offenses has increased. The goal of reducing traffic fatalities is a noble one indeed but drivers in New York still have rights and should understand those when facing a speeding ticket or a citation for any other reason.

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