Nassau County Attorneys Hirsch and Hirsch Share Tips for Travelers on how to Avoid Common Traffic Violations this Vacation Season

Nassau County attorneys, Hirsch and Hirsch offer advice for drivers traveling this vacation season on how to avoid common traffic violations with insight from Forbes.com.

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Hempstead, NY (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Recent reports by travel analyists at Forbes.com projected that American’s will be more apt to travel this spring and summer over last year. While the Forbes article offers suggestions for safe travel, and advice on vacation planning, Nassau County attorneys, Hirsch and Hirsch offers travelers sound advice on avoiding traffic violations during their road trip.

Below, Hirsch and Hirsch list the most common traffic violations traveling motorists incur, with advice on how to prevent them:

Uninspected/unregistered vehicles – If you’re planning a roadtrip, making sure your car is inspected and registered should be a priority in planning your trip. Failure to register a vehicle can lead to expensive fines, and traveling without an inspection could mean fines, and car trouble .

Red light cameras – Traveling in an unfamiliar area or state increases the risk for red light camera violations. Depending on the states one travels through, rules and violations regarding “right on red” may vary. Take time to research traffic laws if traveling state to state, it may save you money, and points on your license.

Headlights/signals – Some states have serious penalties for changing lanes without signaling. Always using your signals will not only protect you from a potential accident, but will reduce the risk of a moving violation. Headlights should be turned on at dusk, and always used if wipers are on during inclement weather.

Avoid using cell phones – Make sure to use a hands-free device if cell phone use is unavoidable, and always use a proper dashboard mount while in a phone is in GPS mode. Most states have a zero tolerance for cell phone use while driving. Following the rules will protect drivers and reduce the risk of expensive fines.

For more information on state specific traffic codes, visit the state in question’s DMV website.

For information pertaining to New York State traffic rules, regulations, and outstanding violations you may have, contact Hirsch and Hirsch today.

The Nassau County Traffic Attorneys at Hirsch & Hirsch LLP maintain a DMV terminal in their offices. They can easily pull up any New York State drivers record. The firm offers a free DMV record analysis over the phone. If any outstanding violations are found, we can assist you in disposing of them cost effectively and in most cases without having to appear in court. Contact Hirsch & Hirsch at 516-486-8500 with questions related to driving records or for other legal assistance. Located in Hempstead, New York, Hirsch & Hirsch offers high-quality representation at affordable fees.

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