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 Virginians 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.
Best practice guide for what you need to do in case you are in an auto accident in VA
Instructions for paying traffic tickets, moving violations and other citations in VA. Legal requirements, mail addresses, tips, etc
Resource for dealing with Virginia traffic tickets and other traffic violations at the DMV
Motorists will be issued a suspended or revoked drivers license in Virginia, depending on the nature of the committed driving or non-driving offense. Driving license suspensions generally occur for less serious violations, such as failure to provide insurance, pay child support or jail fees among others. A revoked drivers license leads to a complete termination of your driving privileges, as it is issued for more severe misdemeanors. Holders of a commercial license to drive will face disqualification of their credential, which is the equivalent of a suspended or revoked license.
VA SR-22 financial responsibility insurance filing information. Who needs to have an SR-22 form, fees and restrictions
Violating Virginia driving and traffic laws can result in fines, the suspension of your driving privileges, and even imprisonment. The
Driving under influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated/impaired (DWI) is an offense 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.