What NOT to do With Your Ticket

What NOT to do With Your Ticket

Getting (and paying for) a ticket is not fun – but neither is getting your teeth cleaned, and you still do that. We have faith that you’ll do the right thing and get the ticket taken care of, but in case you were thinking of doing something else…

Don’t throw it away. You might feel slightly better about the ticket by not seeing it but throwing it away is not the way to go. This does not solve the problem – so roll up your sleeves, grit your teeth, and look up how much it’s going to cost you to get the ticket resolved.

Don’t ignore it. Alright, as much as you want it to, the ticket is not going to go away. You’re going to have to deal with it, so just get it over with! Either pay it by the due date or get it in the hands of an experienced traffic ticket lawyer that can take care of it for you. Speaking of which…

Don’t use a bad lawyer. Read up on local lawyers to see who has the best reviews, testimonials, and experience. Obviously, lawyers can’t make everyone happy so you’re not going to find someone that has perfect ratings (if you do, they’re not real).

We get it; taking care of a traffic ticket is a pain. But if you don’t resolve your ticket within the date stated on the paper, a lot of things could happen depending on the importance of the ticket: Your license could be revoked, fines could increase exponentially, or a warrant might even be issued for your arrest. Don’t fall into any of these traps. Tad Morlan has a simple procedure for taking care of traffic tickets – to submit your ticket, click here.