Do You Have a Traffic Ticket?

In North Carolina, when you are given a traffic ticket there can be serious consequences if not handled properly.   Most traffic tickets will require that you go to Court or have an attorney go to Court on your behalf.  Failure to go to your scheduled court date could result in fines, your drivers license to be suspended, and possibly an order for your arrest.

Many tickets will have a price listed at the bottom of the ticket and law enforcement may tell you that if you do not want to go to court you can just pay that fine.  You do NOT want to do this.  When you simply pay the ticket you are pleading guilty as charged and this could result in an increase of your insurance rates for three years or even a suspension of your license.  For example: Pleading guilty to Reckless Driving is a misdemeanor and will result in four (4) points on your insurance.  That is an increase of 80% for three years!  A conviction of speeding 15 miles over the speed limit will cause your license to be suspended for at least one year after you pay the fine.  Call our office and let us save you time and money. 

License Already Revoked or Suspended?

If your North Carolina Driver's License is suspended, we can help you determine what to do next.  We can get a copy of your driving record and fix old tickets or help you get a driving privilege if you are eligible.  We understand how important driving is to you and your life.  Call us today for a free quote so we can help you get back on the road.