New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

NJ Increases Cell Phone Ticket Fines, Adds Points

by Adam Rosenblum on July 28, 2014 in Cell Phone,New Jersey

Listen up, New Jersey drivers! As of July 1, 2014 cell phone tickets in NJ officially carry a $200 minimum fine. For a second-time offender, the minimum fine doubles to $400. A third-time offender faces a 90-day suspension on top of the minimum $600 fine and 3 points will go on your NJ driver’s license. […]

Are Speed Cameras Replacing Police Enforcement in New York City?

by Adam Rosenblum on July 23, 2014 in New-York-traffic-tickets,news,NYC

As of last Tuesday, cameras are outpacing police officers in terms of bringing in revenue for traffic violations. According to the Independent Budget Office (IBO), cameras that catch driver’s speeding, running red lights, or travelling in bus lanes are expected to generate 80% of the money that New York City receives from traffic infractions. That […]

New Laws Expand on Mayor DeBlasio’s “Vision Zero”

by Adam Rosenblum on July 18, 2014 in news,TVB

Recently, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio signed close to a dozen bills designed to improve traffic safety in New York. These pieces of legislation are the newest addition to Vision Zero, a groundbreaking plan to reduce and eliminate traffic related deaths across the five boroughs. The plan also involves redesigning the intersection at Northern Blvd. […]