Driver FAQ

 

Should I contest a ticket?

Yes! Most traffic tickets will count against your license. Too many and your license could be suspended. Contesting these tickets is the only way to keep your license safe from them.

What happens when I contest a ticket?

When you contest a ticket in court, it will usually go through a series of hearing dates where the court prosecutor and judge decide what to do with it. If you have a defense attorney, that attorney will argue your case and try to work out a plea deal with the prosecutor or get the judge to dismiss your ticket. (*see website article: https://cdllegal.com/what-happens-when-you-get-a-ticket/ )

Should I just pay the fine on my ticket?

No! When you pay the fine on the ticket, the court counts you guilty. After that, you have no way to contest the ticket and protect your license from it. Some courts require you to pay an amount to contest the ticket, though. Always read your ticket carefully to make sure you respond to it in the way that’s best for you.

I have an old ticket on my record that is hurting me, how can I get it removed?

Unfortunately, it is very rare and unlikely that anything can be done to remove old points, which is why our membership is so important. We handle tickets before they get to that point.

I want to file a lawsuit, can you help?

Our nationwide network of attorneys specializes in traffic law. If you want to file a civil lawsuit, we can offer you contact info for our network attorneys who are local to that area. They may be able to refer you to other local attorneys who can help with your lawsuit. 

I have things showing up on my DAC report, can you hire an attorney to remove those?

An attorney won’t be able to help remove issues on DAC reports, however, our team of experts can get you pointed in the right direction to challenge your DAC report. 

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Your CDL Driving Record

Keeping your record clean is very important. If you get too many violations, your job could be at risk. We want to make sure that you are educated on the different aspects of your record and how they each individually affect your hire ability.