Fight Your Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket
Fight Your Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket. The new San Antonio Hands Free Driving Law is in effect. This means that you can get a $200 Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket for using your phone while driving.
We fight to resolve Hands Free Driving Traffic Tickets.
Did you know you can get a Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket for using your phone at any point while driving? So the next time you are at a red light, if a cop sees you texting or talking he can give you a Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket. Don’t worry though we are here to keep you from getting any traffic ticket citations.
You can still use your phone, but only if you have it mounted or “affixed” to your vehicle or if you are talking on a hands free Bluetooth headset.
The grace period for the new Hands Free Driving Law in San Antonio means that police officers are starting to give out tickets instead of warnings. A lot of people are still using their phone while driving. And they could end up paying $200 for a Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket. But not you. You are too smart for that. You know that a trained traffic ticket lawyer can save you time and money.
What to do if you have a Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket.
If you find yourself with a Hands Free Driving Traffic Ticket, then you need an experienced traffic ticket lawyer to fight for you. We go to court so you don’t have to. Save yourself time and money by calling (210)745-2825 today!
At The Coquat Law Firm we resolve thousands of traffic ticket citations every single year. We can help with other citations as well. Including speeding, no insurance, warrants and more. We also work with CDLs and Occupational licenses!!!
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