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Smart Drivers Know How to Handle Tickets

Why Fight Your Ticket

Keep A Clean Driving Record

There are countless benefits to having a clean driving record. Not least of which is peace of mind. If you maintain a clean record, you’ll never have to worry about when that blemish on your record will come back to haunt you.

More Job Opportunities

It's no longer just truck and professional CDL drivers who must maintain a clean driving record to keep their jobs. A clean driving record is now a requirement for a wide variety of jobs.

Save Money

Even a single ticket on your record can lead to painful insurance premium increases. On average, your premiums will increase by $39/month for three years after just one ticket. Teenage drivers usually get hit the hardest with rate increases.

Avoid Future Tickets

Drivers with a clean record are more likely to be let go with a warning when they get pulled over. Believe it or not, police officers hesitate to issue a ticket when the driver’s record is squeaky clean.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can, but that is not the smart or financially savvy thing to do.

By paying the fine, you are automatically pleading guilty. The ticket will go on your record for 3-7 years, depending on your state, and your insurance company will be made aware of it. This is where the real harm happens.

Once your insurance company notices the ticket, your premiums will increase by an average of $39 per month for as long as the ticket is on your record. That’s a total of $1,404 if the ticket stays on your record for 3 years, or $3,276 if it stays on your record for 7 years. Keep in mind that this is just an average. You could get lucky and not see any increase at all, or you could get very unlucky and see monthly increases of up to $100/month.

Everyday we get contacted by drivers who paid their fine months ago and are now dealing with the premium increases. They ask if we can fight the ticket for them, but unfortunately, by the time your insurance is aware of it there’s nothing we can do.

You don’t have to fight your ticket with us, but do consider contesting it one way or another before paying the fine.

Yes. We contest CDL tickets in courts around the country every single day. We understand how vital your driving record is to you and what’s on the line when you book a case.

CDL and professional drivers have come to trust TDP with their legal matters and rely on us to obtain the most favorable resolutions. We’ll always give your case the attention it deserves.

We contest all of these and more!

When charged with a misdemeanor or felony, the stakes are much higher and choosing the right attorney is even more critical. We collect data on attorney track records, and when you book with us, you are matched with the attorney who’s got the best track record for your specific type of case.

Most common misdemeanor/felony we handle: DUIs

Other common misdemeanors: Racing tickets, suspended license charges, negligent driving, reckless driving

We handle DUIs, racing tickets, suspended license charges, negligent driving, reckless driving, and all other types of traffic misdemeanors and felonies on a daily basis.

YES! We’ve handled everything from marijuana possession and disorderly conduct to indecent exposure and prostitution.

No matter what you were charged with, contact us. An attorney will review your case and we’ll go from there. You won’t be charged anything until you decide to book a case.

We charge an up-front flat fee of $450. The fee is non-refundable and covers our costs like managing the platform, and calling courts and local attorneys. We match you with a lawyer who may charge an additional fee for taking on the representation locally.