Randolph speeding ticket lawyers remind you to be cautious with your holiday celebrations!
The month of December is full of holidays that are highly celebrated in the United States. Therefore, there are most likely going to be people who drink and drive. Even if you do not drive and drive, you should be cautious of the other drivers around you. Because of the increase of drunk driving around the holiday season, there will most likely be more police officers on the roads to ensure the safety of the public. So, even if you are not consuming alcohol, Randolph traffic ticket attorneys would like to remind you to please be careful to avoid other charges such as speeding.
As a reminder, a speeding violation could result in license revocation in some circumstances. For example, if you have two or more speeding convictions in excess of 55 mph (but not more than 8p0 mph) within 12 months, your license may be revoked. A conviction for speeding more than 15 mph above the speed limit in a 55 mph zone can result in a 30-day license suspension. For a complete list of offenses and fines related to speeding, you should speak to a Randolph traffic ticket lawyer today.
Officers will likely be on the lookout for not only drunk drivers, but also drivers that are speeding or texting. Texting and driving can be extremely dangerous to everyone on the road. You may be in a rush to text your friends or family about your holiday plans, but it is best to do so if outside of the car, or while you are safely pulled over. As a reminder, a texting while driving charge could result in a $100 fine plus court costs. Do not risk putting a damper on your holiday plans for a text! If you have more questions about speeding or texting while driving, please contact a traffic ticket attorney today. The Randolph speeding ticket attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth, and Olson know the requirements of the law and also genuinely care about each and every case presented by their clients. Call at 336-379-0539; we are here to help!