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Traffic Violation and Fines

Traffic violation fines can be part of the penalty that individuals can receive on committing traffic violations. The traffic violation fines may differ from state to state in the United States. It is important for individuals to know what the traffic violation fines are and how they can pay traffic violation fines in their states. It may not be possible for people to research about traffic violation fines on their own. Given below are important questions about traffic violation fines commonly asked by people.

What would be the traffic violation fine for passing an unloading school bus in the state of Illinois?

In Illinois, if the traffic violation is a first time violation, the fine can be a minimum of $150 and court costs. The individual’s license may also be suspended for a period of 3 months in some situations. However, the individual may plead not guilty of the violation and try to request the attorney to reduce the individual’s charges at the hearing.

Would the company be responsible to pay a traffic violation fine if an individual was driving a company truck when the violation was committed?

A company may not be liable for a traffic violation fine if an individual was driving the company truck when the violation was committed. The driver of the truck may be solely responsible for the fine and may have to pay for the violation.

What can an individual do to avoid points on their driving record if they have been given a speeding ticket for the first time?

If an individual has got a speeding ticket for the first time, in many cases the individual can be offered a deferred adjudication from the court where they can plead guilty to the offense and agree to not commit any more traffic violations for a few months. The time period would usually be 6 months. If the individual has not given this option, the individual may plead not guilty to the offense and request for a trial. This individual can also request for traffic school. If the individual successfully completes the traffic school, the court may dismiss the charges against them.

What would be the traffic violation fine if an individual fails to provide his/her driver’s license when asked for it?

Traffic violation rules may differ from state to state in the United States. In some states like Texas, if an individual fails to show his/her driver’s license when asked for it, it may be considered a misdemeanor and the individual may have to pay a traffic violation fine of up to $200 if it is a first time offense. If he/she is committing the offense the second time within a year, he/she may have to pay a fine between $25 and $200. If the individual repeats the offense for a third time within a year of the second violation, he/she may be fined for up to $500 along with jail time between 72 hours and 6 months.

What would be the traffic violation fine for not stopping at a stop sign in Illinois?

If an individual does not stop at a stop sign in Illinois and is convicted, he/she may have to pay a traffic violation fine of about $100. This may also add 20 points to his/her driver’s license. Not paying traffic violation fines may sometimes lead to suspension of your driver’s license. It is important for you to know how and where to pay traffic violation fines. You can always consult an Expert if you need more information about traffic violations and paying traffic violation fines.

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