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As a driver, you must obey the rules of the road at all times. It’s easier said than done, but any mistake can lead to trouble with the law.

There are many traffic violations that can result in a traffic ticket. Some of the most common infractions include:

  • Speeding: It doesn’t matter if you’re within city limits or on the interstate, you must follow the posted speed limit at all times.
  • Distracted driving: Police across the country are cracking down on distracted driving, as it greatly increases the risk of an accident.
  • Driving without a valid license: If you’re pulled over for another offense, the officer may also find that you don’t have a valid driver’s license.
  • Reckless driving: This takes on many forms and comes into play any time you have willful disregard for the safety of those around you. An example of reckless driving is speeding through a construction zone or school zone.
  • Running a stop sign or red light: If you’re trying to beat a deadline, you may speed through a stop sign or red light. Not only is this dangerous, but it’s a violation of the law.

These are among the most common reasons for a traffic ticket, but there are other things you can do to find yourself in trouble with the law.

If you receive a traffic ticket, you have two options. You can pay it and move on with your life, or you can fight back by proving your innocence. If you plan to fight a traffic ticket, make sure you have a strategy for coming out on top.