I was driving a truck I had recently got and but it was a modded truck upgraded for racing around 620 HP it peaked at. I was going around 25 mph and i wanted to go to 35 but I guess I accelerated to quickly that when I pressed on the clutch that my truck swerved and ended up causing a wreck. I was given 4 tickets 1. No DL 2. Restrictions 3. Failing to maintain single lane. 4 . Failing to maintain speed. My court date is a month after my 6 months with a permit ends, will I still be able to get my license since the court date is after or am I not able to? I looked it up and the most I could find were about unable to get a license if I have unpaid surcharges but I don’t have any yet which I might get when I go to court. Also if anyone can answer a bonus question what might happen to me at court, I’ll be fighting for dismissal of my failing to maintain speed and single lane due to nobody being there at the site of the crash until it happened and only assumptions were made.
You can get a driver's license as long as there are no restrictions on your license. It is advisable to hire an experienced traffic attorney to represent you. They are affordable and can give personalized counsel which you cannot get from the internet.
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