I am normally not a reckless driver. For the first one, I was in an area I don't normally drive in. I got caught on the far right lane that turned into a turn lane. At the red light, I asked the truck to my left if he could let me pass in front of him when the light turned green. He agreed, but the officer did not. The second, I was just about to come down from a hill, usually where cars naturally pick up speed. If course I started showing, and especially when I saw a semi truck stuck across all three lanes trying to make a turn. The officer said he clocked me at going 52. One was in Walnut and the other in City of Industry.
Well, no one wants their premiums to go up.
Your post is vague as to whether you are asserting you are not guilty. If you think you are not guilty you can try to fight the ticket otherwise you can look into traffic school for hopefully at least one of them.
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See if you are eligible for traffic school. I am not sure if the jurisdiction you were pulled over the second time has a second offenders traffic school program. Have you been to traffic school in the last 18 months?
Traffic School or hire a Traffic Ticket attorney.
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