New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

New York Drivers Getting Trapped by New “Move Over” Law

by Adam Rosenblum on November 25, 2011 in Uncategorized

New York’s “Move Over” law (VTL 1144-a) went into effect on January 1, 2011.  The move over law calls for motorists on multi-lane highways to slow down and “move over” giving safe distance as one approaches stopped emergency vehicles. On single lane roads, drivers must reduce speed and use caution. If they do not slow down […]

Are NYC Traffic Ticket Surcharges Unlawful?

by Adam Rosenblum on November 23, 2011 in Uncategorized

Bernard Weitz was ticketed on October 3rd for parking his car too close to a fire hydrant in New York City. He pleaded guilty and paid to the $115 fine. Weitz stated that when he paid the fine for parking to close to the fire hydrant online, the bill included a $10.00 charges, which he […]

How To Act When You Get Stopped For Speeding in New York State.

by Adam Rosenblum on November 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

In cases where you’re stopped for speeding, it’s vital to cooperate with the police officer. Once you see the flashing lights in your rear view mirror, pull over quickly and safely, pulling over and move as far to the right of the road as you can. Then turn off your engine. When the officer approaches your car make sure your hands on the steering wheel […]