Friday, March 1, 2013

Never Gotten a Ticket?!?

That is right:) I am one of those who has never gotten a ticket in my life. In fact, the only time I have ever been pulled over by the police was not my fault. I know, you hear that all the time. But in fact, this was kind of funny. I was driving my dad's vehicle one night and you guessed it, the rear tail light was out and I didn't realize it. Needless to say it was not funny at the time but it is something I can look back at and laugh at now. The officer was very nice and only gave me a warning, which was a blessing. Believe me, first time I have ever been pulled over, I was kind of nervous. Especially when I didn't now why I was getting pulled over. I have heard the stories about people being pulled over and the officer was a real jerk. That is when you need to hire a California Ticket Hitman. Now with me never having been pulled over or gotten a ticket, I had no idea what a ticket hitman was. Basically this is a way to help you get out of a ticket, those of you who think it was given wrongly. It works for anything from a cell phone violation, red light camera violation, or even a failure to obey a sign violation. And you can't forget the most common one, a ticket for speeding:) You turn over all your problems over to them and they will work it out where you don't get points against your record. Now is everything that nice and easy? I am not sure, but I doubt it. Instead of talking about what to do after you have gotten a ticket, I wanted to give some pointers on how to not get a penalty. Check them out below!

1.Don't Speed
This one is soo simple and yet so often the one that gets ignored. The speed limit is there for a reason and as much as we don't like it, it is there for our safety. Yes I sometimes go over a couple, but if you try to stay under or right close to the limit, you will be more likely to be passed over by the police.

2.Obey Signs. 
Again, one of those you would think people have down but it is amazing how many people I see run a stop sign or do one of those rolling stops, etc. Not only do you have a chance of getting a ticket but there is also the safety issue. Sure you could just roll through and not have a problem, but what happens when you don't see the kid riding his bike down the sidewalk? Definitely not good.

So, these are come very simple rules, but they have kept me from getting a ticket before and they will work with you as well. Make sure to leave a comment if you have more tips!

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