Tickets and other traffic violations are a pain, and costly too. This section has a variety of articles that help you with the common issues faced by Pennsylvanians when it comes to traffic tickets or more serious violations like DUI/DWI. We try to help you get back on the road as quickly and as cheaply as possible. First, we’ll give you the information you need to know about your violation and then we’ll suggest steps to take or the partners you should talk to in order to get your issue resolved.
If you are involved in an accident or collision in Pennsylvania, you must be prepared to act responsibly and in accordance with State law. Following are some general guidelines and more specific requirements to follow in case of an accident.
==FIRST AND FOREMOST==
As a responsible driver, you must never leave the scene of an accident.
Instructions for paying traffic tickets, moving violations and other citations in PA. Legal requirements, mail addresses, tips, etc
Resource for dealing with Pennsylvania traffic tickets and other traffic violations at the DOT
While some motorists regard driving as a basic right, the fact is that operating a motor vehicle is a privilege that must be earned and maintained by demonstrating safe and lawful driving. Under certain circumstances, an individual’s Pennsylvania driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for a specific length of time, depending on the person’s [[/pa/pennsylvania/driving-record|driving record]] or history, and the particular violation(s).
==REASONS FOR DRIVER’S LICENSE SUSPENSIONS==
There are a variety of reasons why your Pennsylvania driver’s license might be suspended.
PA SR-22 financial responsibility insurance filing information. Who needs to have an SR-22 form, fees and restrictions
Violating Pennsylvania driving and traffic laws can result in fines and the suspension of your driving privileges. The Pennsylvania Department
Driving under influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated/impaired (DWI) is an offence committed when a driver operates a vehicle after the consumption of alcohol or drugs or other intoxicants. Increased alcohol levels in the driver’s blood lead to diminished mental and motor reactions which, in turn, reduce the driver's ability to control the vehicle.