DMV.us.org is using their own internal database, plus the help of retired law enforcement officers, to create the guide.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
DMV.us.org is launching a guide to help people better understand the traffic offenses in the reports they receive, the company announced yesterday.
“Traffic offenses vary widely, not only state by state, but in some cases city by city,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “If you are evaluating someone's driving record, you need to know what the citations mean if you're going to make an informed choice based on them. That's what we are trying to do here.”
The guide will also document where certain traffic offenses are more common than others, he said.
“The truth is that some cities give out way more traffic citations than others,” the DMV.us.org spokesman said. “If someone has a lot of citations from that city, it may not mean they are a bad driver – it may just mean that the cops give out more tickets there than in other regions.”
DMV.us.org is using their own internal database, plus the help of retired law enforcement officers, to create the guide, he said.
“What we want to do with this guide is present a resource that will be truly helpful to people,” he said. “We sell information, but information without context is meaningless. This guide should help provide the context.”
The guide will be posted on the members' area of their site, and later released through social media and the DMV.us.org blog, he said.
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