We here at TrafficTicketSA would like to take it upon ourselves to wish you a very happy, healthy and safe Thanksgiving holiday. We know we’re a week early, but with Christmas music already blaring in the stores, the news talking about how retailers are gearing up for Black Friday, and Starbucks rolling out their menu of holiday drinks and goodies, it’s hard to deny the fact that the holiday season is in full swing and already upon us. Of course, we want to encourage you not to get a San Antonio traffic ticket on Thanksgiving and remind you to call a San Antonio traffic ticket lawyer if you do!
Thanksgiving has long been one of the busiest times of the year as far as highway travel and traffic is concerned, and AAA reports more drivers will be taking to the roads this Thanksgiving—an increase of 0.7% from last year. The recent study from AAA also found that while 90% planning to be driving this year and while gas prices are relatively “low” (between $3.25 and $3.40 a gallon being the national average), most drivers said they won’t be traveling as far this Thanksgiving holiday—a decline of 16.7% from last year—with many saying they won’t be going any farther than 50 miles away from their homes. However, while drivers may not be traveling as far this year, they are looking for ways to be more creative with their holiday travel, as Todd DeFeo from the Washington Times suggests in a recent article.
Even if you are staying close to home in San Antonio or in Bexar County for Thanksgiving, we at TrafficTicketSA.com would like to remind you to drive safely and try to avoid those traffic tickets wherever you may be motoring. It’s no secret that more cops will be out and about this Thanksgiving weekend, and the likelihood that many of them will be out writing traffic tickets to holiday drivers is a guarantee. Also, even though every weekend in San Antonio and Bexar County is now a “no refusal” weekend for DWI/DUI, the Thanksgiving weekend is a major time for San Antonio traffic cops to pull over motorists who are suspected of driving under the influence. The last thing that anyone needs is to have a traffic ticket ruin their Thanksgiving.
At the Coquat Law Firm, our experienced traffic ticket lawyers can help make sure prior speeding tickets or those you may receive this Thanksgiving holiday season don’t become a financial Grinch that steals your holiday. Our traffic ticket lawyers have helped resolve not just traffic tickets in San Antonio and Bexar County, but almost every county and town between Austin and Corpus Christi. Wherever you may be traveling if you receive a traffic ticket, we can help bring a sense of professionalism and personalized attention to your case. We will work directly with prosecutors and judges to try and get a reduction in your traffic ticket fines and possibly get them dismissed. Don’t let a San Antonio traffic ticket on Thanksgiving ruin your holiday. Be safe and don’t eat too much. For help, call us today at 210-745-2825.