Ticketbust.com Writes the Book on Fighting Traffic Tickets
Company that has assisted thousands of Californians in dismissing traffic tickets pens second chapter in book series filled with tips on how drivers can stack the odds in their favor before heading to traffic court
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., Oct. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ticketbust.com, California's leading service in helping drivers get their traffic tickets dismissed, has just released its second book in their traffic ticket book series entitled, "Traffic Tickets. Don't Get Mad. Get Them DISMISSED. Stories From The Streets."
According to Ticketbust.com President Steven F. Miller, "Our new book is a must-read for anyone who wants to successfully fight their traffic ticket."
Written by industry veterans, with over 50,000 tickets fought, the book covers all aspects of getting and then fighting a ticket. The opening chapter, "Stories from the Street," offers tips on what to do and, sometimes more importantly, what NOT to do when you're pulled over and ticketed, as well as proven ways to increase the odds of getting your ticket dismissed.
A major section of the book, "Real Life Case Studies," includes twenty unique case studies from the TicketBust.com archives, that provide the case's unique ticketing situation, the strategy on how the ticket was fought, and the results achieved by TicketBust.com in each case. These true-to-life case studies offer a variety of relatable stories: including the women who got ticketed for cleaning up the freeway, the basketball player who just could not wait to find a restroom, and why a tornado is a valid reason to answer the phone while driving.
Another popular chapter: "They Tried but Didn't Get Off" offers up the often funny, but always real-life excuses that drivers tried to use but that failed to get them off such as overactive bladder, intoxicated patient, broken speedometer, choking and even: you can't speed in a Prius.
The "Truth or Fiction" chapter helps drivers separate the truth from the fiction and debunks the modern day myths about getting traffic tickets and your rights after you've received a traffic ticket. Some examples include:
- You can't get a ticket for speeding if you're just going with the flow of traffic.
- If the officer doesn't have me sign the ticket then it isn't valid.
- Radar detectors are legal to have in your personal vehicle.
Stories From The Streets also covers all aspects of getting and then fighting a ticket, from Tips for When You're Pulled Over and What Not to Do When Pulled Over, to what to do to increase your odds of getting your ticket dismissed
About Ticketbust.com (The Original Ticket Busters)
Ticketbust.com, located in Westlake Village, California, was founded in 2004 by Steven F. Miller. The Ticketbust.com service has assisted thousands of Californians with filing the necessary paperwork to contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. Ticketbust.com was originally created to alleviate the tedious and time-consuming process of attempting to contest a traffic ticket. Mr. Miller wanted to create a fully automated and user-friendly online service for California drivers to submit their traffic ticket information and process the necessary documents.
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