Tag: DMV

Driving Infractions, Violations, and Crimes

If you are pulled over while driving in Connecticut, you might face a driving infraction, violation, or crime. While these terms may seem interchangeable, they refer to slightly different elements in Connecticut. Here, you can learn more about the difference between the three and what to do if you are charged with one of them. […]

Getting a Speeding Ticket in North Dakota

North Dakota speeding laws are similar to those of other neighboring states. The basic speeding law and absolute speed limits are similar to all others. If you are driving over the speed limit, you are breaking the basic speeding law. Where there are signs posted, you must obey those speed limits. Consequences of Speeding Tickets […]

Failure to Drive a Reasonable Distance Apart

Failing to drive a reasonable distance apart, or the intent to harass, is a violation of Connecticut traffic laws. This violation is somewhat more severe than other motor vehicle violations because there is an intent element, rather than simple negligence or an accident in the violation. If you have been charged with failure to drive […]

Getting a Speeding Ticket in Nevada – Charges, Penalties, and More

Getting a speeding ticket in Nevada can be a difficult experience. You might find that you don’t know the next step to take. This could be true whether you are a resident or Nevada, or you are an out of state driver visiting Las Vegas or some other place. For this reason, I’ve created this […]

Connecticut DMV Point System Charges and Penalties

The Department of Motor Vehicles keeps track of driving violations through a DMV point system. On this page you can find a comprehensive chart of every motor vehicle offense that carries a point penalty, from most to least severe. You can refer to this chart for more information regarding the motor vehicle violation that you […]