New Program Gives Texans a Reduction on Traffic Fines

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A new program is giving drivers with suspended licenses and those who owe fines or surcharges up to a 90 percent reduction on their balance.

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An estimated 650,000 drivers may be eligible for a fee reduction of fines

Texans who owe fines for traffic violations such as speeding, or who may have lost their license for failing to pay traffic tickets or other infractions now have a second chance at cleaning up their record. As reported by The Associated Press (AP), a new program has been implemented that gives drivers with outstanding fines up to a 90 percent reduction on their balance.

Those who are eligible for the program must pay their remaining balance by April 17 or lose their eligibility for a reduction. As outlined by the Texas Department of Public Safety, if payment is not made by the deadline, then original surcharge balances and suspensions will reinstated. The fee reduction program is reportedly designed to help driver’s with certain problems on their record get in good standing with the law.

An estimated 650,000 drivers may be eligible for a fee reduction under the DPS Driver Responsibility Program. Restrictions may apply for program eligibility.

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