Tickets and other traffic violations can be very costly, have a major impact on the price of your auto insurance and result in license suspensions or criminal charges.
DMV.com provides a complete list of articles and how to guides that can help you with the issues you may face when it comes to traffic tickets or even more serious violations like DUI/DWI. Our aim is to help provide you with the information you need to get back on the road quickly and economically. We provide you with the information you need regarding your violation and then we'll suggest steps to take or the DMV.com partners you should talk to in order to get your issue resolved.
Each state has very different rules regarding traffic tickets, violations and DUI so to get the information that is right for you please select your state from the map below:
Once you have clicked on the map and entered your state's DMV.com section for traffic tickets section you will have access to our articles and how to guides that discuss the following major issues regarding traffic violations:
Paying Traffic Tickets
General Traffic ticket information
Traffic Ticket lawyers
Comprehensive DUI information
And more ...
Each article will discuss the specifics required for solving these issues in your state. If you receive a ticket or have a violation from another state you can select that state from the above map in order to get the information you need.
If you have been involved with a DUI you should have a DUI Lawyer contact you as soon as possible. You can do this by simply submitting your contact information in the form on our DUI legal referral page. An experience DUI lawyer will then contact you to assess your situation free of charge. DUI charges are serious and typically a legal hearing is held within 10 days of the violation in order to determine the status of your license while legal charges are pending. If you do not speak with a legal representative and have them inform you of all the necessary procedures you may have your license suspended immediately.
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