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What actions result in traffic tickets?

Traffic laws have been in place for decades to protect people on the roads from getting into collisions. With over 90 percent of those over the age of 16 licensed to drive, it's necessary for people to do all they can to keep the roads safe. That includes learning how to be safe drivers themselves.

Is a traffic offense really that serious?

You probably know at least one person who has violated a traffic law and gotten caught. Most people who offend park in the wrong location, speed or otherwise break laws without harming other people. In cases involving nondangerous moving violations or mechanical violations, the police generally issue tickets.

Leonia to fine nonresidents for using its streets

Imagine being told you're going to be fined because you decided to drive through a town in which you're not a resident. It's ludicrous to most people, since most roadways are public. However, in a town in New Jersey, people could find themselves being fined just for driving through Leonia.

Carrying car insurance: State requirements for coverage

It is a requirement of the law to keep up-to-date auto insurance on your vehicle. The least insurance you can have is called liability insurance; it provides you with enough coverage to pay for damages and medical expenses in the case of a crash.

Hit a parked car? Here's what you should do

Hitting a parked car is something that no one intends to do but that does happen. Maybe the parking space was smaller than expected or the vehicle wasn't as far away as you thought when it happened. Whatever the reason is, if you hit a parked car, there are some steps you should follow.

National Motorists Assoc. urges end to ticket quotas nationwide

The National Motorists Association recently sent a letter to Elaine Chao, the current U.S. Secretary of Transportation, seeking two changes in national transportation policy. First, they urged the Trump administration to end its support for traffic ticket quotas. Second, they asked the administration to choose a head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration who is ready to "shake up the status quo."

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