New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

Fighting a Cell Phone Ticket is an Uphill Battle Few are Able to Win

by Adam Rosenblum on December 19, 2014 in Cell Phone

According to a recent report, being issued a cell phone ticket will all but guarantee that you’ll be facing points and/or fines on your driving record. Here’s how to avoid or minimize the impact. In 2013, over 215,000 cell phone tickets were challenged in New York State courts. Of those, 135,738 (or 63%) resulted in […]

New York State Troopers’ 2014 Holiday Ticket Blitz Going on Now!

by Adam Rosenblum on December 18, 2014 in New-York-traffic-tickets,news

New York State Troopers are taking a page out of retailers’ holiday strategies and doubling down on the holiday season. But, while stores are handing out discounts and coupons, State Police are handing out traffic tickets and citations. The latest blitz, in effect since December 12th and running through January 1st, falls under the umbrella […]

A Long Way to Zero for Vision Zero

by Adam Rosenblum on December 12, 2014 in New-York-traffic-tickets,NYC

In February of 2014, Mayor de Blasio launched New York City’s Vision Zero Action Plan, a 63-step programmatic approach to bring the city’s number of traffic fatalities down to zero by 2024. Needless to say, zero is an ambitious goal and there is a long road ahead with 2024 not too far off.  So the […]