Non Moving Violations?

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A non moving violation is one related to a car that is not in motion. Bad parking, illegal vehicle modifications or faulty equipment merit a ticket for a non moving violation. If a window tint is darker than the law allows, a police officer may issue this ticket.
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A moving violation is when a motor vehicle breaks a traffic law while the vehicle is in motion. This can be speeding, running a red light, burning rubber or many other violations.
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1. Plead not guilty to your speeding ticket. Attend traffic court on the assigned date and tell the judge that you want to plead not guilty. A trial date is then ...
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It goes on your record but not on your driving record. It is a non-moving violation and not pointable in any state. It could mean serious liability issues if you ...
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