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Receiving a Traffic Citation in North Carolina as an Out-of-State License Holder

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When non-North Carolina drivers receive a traffic ticket in this state, they can be confused on the best way to handle the matter. Many are told by police officers to just pay the ticket off online. However, drivers should keep in mind that police officers are not trained in traffic law, and, even with good intentions, are not trained attorneys and often don't give sound legal advice. 

Even if ...

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What Happens if I Ignore My NC Traffic Ticket

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No one wants to receive a traffic ticket in North Carolina. Sometimes we all just wish that the frustrating inconveniences of life would just go away, but before you ignore your ticket, you should know the penalties for not handling a traffic ticket.


$200 Additional “Failure to Appear” Fine for Ignoring a Speeding Ticket


If you don’t pay your traffic ticket on time, your fines will likely increase. In ...

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Can I Still Get a Speeding Ticket if I’m Driving With the Flow of Traffic? — North Carolina Traffic Ticket Myths

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While logically, you don’t stand out as easily as a car zipping by traffic at unreasonably fast speeds, you’re able to get a speeding ticket even if you are driving with the flow of traffic. Officers can pull over a line of cars at one time, or single your car out. Either way, you can be cited. Use reason. If you’re driving with the flow of traffic ...

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Can a Speeding Ticket in North Carolina be Dismissed?

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It is common for many drivers to believe that when they receive a speeding ticket, there is a high chance it can be dismissed. These circumstances can be but are not limited to:

  • Following traffic
  • Driving a rental car
  • Speeding up to pass semi-trailers
  • Not knowing road signs had changed
  • Speed not being recorded by radar
  • Clerical errors on the citation

Now while these so seem like valid reasons for ...

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