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Imagine walking out of the courtroom after the judge dismisses your speeding ticket Youve got hundreds of extra dollars in your pocket because you are not paying the fine or the insurance surcharges You stood up for yourself - and you won Instead of feeling like a pushover for paying the fine on a ridiculous ticket you fought back and got your Case Dismissed You are about to discover the best chance you have to make this a reality According to the National Motorists Association statistically the most common type of ticket written is the dreaded speeding ticket The fine for a speeding ticket can be in excess of 200 not to mention points on your drivers license and increased insurance premiums Another quick statistic from the NMA over 50 of the people who go to court over a traffic ticket win their case Yet only approximately 4 bother to go to court It is always a better option to plead not guilty to a traffic ticket than to admit your guilt and pay the fine If you go to court and lose you still only pay the original fine nothing extra is added to it However if you win your case youve just saved yourself money and a headache Now onto the steps you should take if you happen to get a speeding ticket When a police car comes up behind you and flashes his lights pull over to the right shoulder as soon as possible Turn your emergency lights on and turn the engine off Keep your hands on the wheel as the officer approaches When the officer asks you for your credentials license registration insurance state where they are located and ask for permission to retrieve them Usually the officer will ask you one of two questions Do you know why I stopped you or Do you realize how fast you were going
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