DMV.us.org to Teach People Legitimate Ways to Deal With Traffic Tickets

New initiative launched to provide legitimate ticket advice.

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The DMV.us.org guide to legitimate ways to dealing with a traffic ticket will be posted on their website and blog and released through social media.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014

DMV.us.org is set to publish a series of articles that will give people legitimate ways to handle a traffic ticket, the company announced yesterday.

“Most people don't know what to do when they get pulled over and given a ticket,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “There is not a lot of legitimate advice out there on how to handle it. As a result, many people deal with it the wrong way, which can backfire on them. We want to provide them with legitimate educational information on exactly the steps to take from the time they are pulled over until the infraction is resolved.”

Many people, he said, treat getting pulled over like it was something out of the movies.

“Trying to hand a cop a $50 bill or showing him a PBA card is not a legitimate response to getting pulled over,” he said. “In fact, that may end up with a person facing more serious charges than they would otherwise. That said, there are steps anyone can take to minimize the impact of a ticket – but they have to do so in a legitimate fashion.”

The DMV.us.org guide to legitimate ways to dealing with a traffic ticket will be posted on their website and blog and released through social media, he said.

“This is part of an ongoing series of advice we plan to publish to help drivers,” he said. “We aren't doing this to make money. We are doing it because we want to help people.”

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