Ignoring A Ticket Could Lead To More Penalties Down The Road
If you live in another state or country, but receive a traffic ticket while driving in New York, you might consider just ignoring it. A lot of people do. In many cases, the points won’t even transfer to the state or country where you live. The state of New York won’t come looking for you either.
So why should you bother fighting the ticket? The short answer is that it might come back to haunt you. New York does have reciprocity with some states (meaning the points will transfer). Also, if there is a chance you will be back and need to drive a car here, the smartest course of action is to deal with the ticket now, rather than run the risk of being pulled over and facing more serious consequences later.
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Our phone number is 845-566-5345 or call toll-free at . You can also reach out online. Our law firm represent out-of-state and internationally-licensed drivers cited for speeding and other serious traffic violations on Interstates I-87 (NYS Thruway) or I-84, U.S. Route 9W, the Palisades Interstate Parkway, State Routes 6, 17 (86) or 59, and other roadways.
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