DMV.us.org put together the guide with the help of law enforcement and legal experts.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
DMV.us.org is releasing a report to help motorists know what to do if they receive a traffic complaint or a potential traffic complaint, the company said yesterday.
“What you do from the time you see the flashing red lights in your rearview mirror to the time the complaint is resolved can have a profound impact on whether you pay a fine or not, how much of a fine you pay, and if you go to jail,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “What we want is to show people the right thing to do in order to minimize the chances that the complaint escalates.”
The guide will take customers step by step through the entire process of dealing with a traffic complaint, he said.
“There are a lot of myths out there about how to deal with traffic complaints,” the DMV.us.org spokesman said. “For example, some people believe that if the officer forgets to sign the traffic complaint you don't have to pay it. That's simply not true. If you try to not pay in that situation, they will put out a warrant for your arrest and you'll have turned a simple complaint into a night in jail.”
DMV.us.org put together the guide with the help of law enforcement and legal experts, he said.
“We believe that by educating our customers on what to do when there is the potential for a traffic complaint, we can help protect them,” he said. “That's important to us.”
The guide to dealing with a traffic complaint will be posted in the members' area of their website as well as on their social media channels, he said.
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