The most common traffic tickets
Traffic tickets are issued daily by police officers and many of these violations appear frequently. Having a ticket on your driving record will likely increase your car insurance rate for a period of three years. It’s important to note the most common violations and avoid them to keep a clean driving record.
Here are the most common traffic tickets issued:
- Failure to stop at a stop sign
- Failure to wear a seat belt
- Improper turn
- Running red lights
- Careless Driving
- Failure to carry or have an insurance card
For more information on these violations and the insurance implications, click here.
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