New York Traffic Ticket Advice

A blog by Adam Rosenblum

New Report Shows Bad Roads Cost NJ Drivers $2000 Per Year

by Adam Rosenblum on January 27, 2015 in New Jersey

According to a report released last Thursday, damaged road conditions in NJ are costing the state a whopping $11.8 billion annually, leaving the average driver to shell out about $2000 per year for the cost of their own auto repairs, wasted fuel, and lost time. The report comes from TRIP, a national nonprofit transportation research […]

More NYC Traffic Tickets and Arrests Show a Return to Normalcy

by Adam Rosenblum on January 14, 2015 in New-York-traffic-tickets

Tensions between the New York Police Department and Mayor Bill de Blasio have made national news in recent weeks.  While some of the strife derives from de Blasio’s high profile efforts to reform the department and its practices since his election in 2013, much of the current unrest comes amid the dramatic decline in NYPD […]

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 […]