Traffic offenses may not sound serious, but they can affect your driver’s license, your car insurance premiums, and perhaps even your freedom and reputation. Even traffic offenses that are simply infractions can impact your driver’s license and your insurance rates.
Although some traffic violations are seemingly minor, every violation will affect your driving record; these violations, cumulatively, can increase insurance premiums and lead to a revoked license, fines, and even jail time. If you have been charged with a traffic violation or other driving offense, or recently have received a traffic ticket, it is important that you to protect your driving record.
In addition to negatively impacting your driving record, traffic violations and speeding tickets in South Carolina can result in the following:
The South Carolina traffic offense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm will fight for your rights. Call us today for a free consultation.