In addition to speeding tickets, North Carolina cites drivers for a number of other traffic violations. Some of the more common ones are listed below:
- Expired or Revoked Registration
- Expired or no Inspection
- Failure to Secure Passenger Under 16
- Failure to Stop for a Flashing Light
- Failure to Stop for a Red Light
- Failure to Stop for a Stop Sign
- Failure to Yield
- Failure to Yield Left Turn
- Failure to Reduce Speed (to avoid collision)
- Failure to Wear a Seatbelt
- Following Too Closely
- Improper Backing
- License Not in Possession
- Unsafe Movement
- Unsafe Passing Yellow Line
Each of these charges is unique and has unique consequences. And each requires a unique approach that depends not only on the charge, but also on the circumstances of the traffic stop, and the driver's DMV record.
Some of these tickets can be paid online or by mail. Don't do it. Paying online or by mail is the same as pleading guilty, and can lead to insurance points and increased insurance costs, for three years!
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