Getting speeding tickets is no fun. It may even ruin your day, but don’t let it ruin your driving record. It rarely makes sense to plead guilty to a traffic ticket.
Not only might your insurance premiums go up and you have to pay more to drive your car, but you also lose the clean driving record you may have had before the ticket. Moreover, pleading guilty in a serious case may even cause you to lose your license, send you to jail, or result in your car being confiscated.
In addition, if you were driving with a revoked license, you may be in even more trouble. Driving with a revoked license in North Carolina can result in a sentence of up to 120 days in jail and eight insurance points on your record, plus additional time without driving privileges.
Don’t let this happen to you. Contact Kelly and West for help with all your traffic offenses.