If you can take the time off work it's almost always worth fighting.One of mine have been reduced to the point it made it worth missing work and another thrown out completely. Both had 12 month wait times.Flood the system.
Two tickets? What happened man?
Or, you know, you could learn to drive in a manner that doesn't get you tickets and avoid overburdening a tax-payer funded court system with petty disputes...
If a car is shows that a solid effort was made, and the car is reasonably well executed I can respect that. Even if it's not my cup of tea..
giving everyone the opportunity to fight a ticket is a blessing
Do they no longer give warnings?
I think the problem is people's license , if you have a **** license they will nail you because you don't learn.
Nah, that has nothing to do with it. My speeding ticket is my only offense. only been pulled over that one other time for no taillights. So it's not just "**** license" people getting tickets and no warnings.
So what we can conclude is, it doesn't matter what your license is like. It all depends on the mood the cop is in. im young and they want to teach me a lesson? No....? It was a speed trap, and I got caught speeding. They wanted to ticket me for speeding. Why people look for reasons they got a ticket, beyond the fact they deserved it is kind of funny to me. Own up to your mistakes.If they wanted to "teach me a lesson" for being "young" I would have gotten a ticket for taillights being out. BTW I've been driving for 9 years, over 800,000 km, and have 1 offense on my license. I;m by no means a "young driver" But okay.
Calm down street focus
My dad got pulled over a year ago for speeding. The unmarked cop was staying in his blind spot and my dad wanted his lane and slowly kept giving it more gas and so did the cop. So unknowingly my dad stepped on it to get in front of him, cop gave him a warning for it.
Believe it or not, you can also slow down to get into a lane too! Crazy, I know.