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12,500 drivers ticketed for traffic violations in North Carolina

Posted on April 18th, 2011 No Comments

12,500 North Carolina drivers were ticketed for speeding and other violations in a weeklong campaign to stop reckless driving in the state.

The anti-speeding campaign, No Need 2 Speed, was introduced by the Governor’s Highway Safety Program. Over 38,000 traffic violations were given out to the 12,500 drivers, including citations for not wearing seat belts and others for child safety violations.

It is not clear if the campaign has deterred drivers from speeding or violating other traffic safety laws.

Small traffic tickets can cause huge headaches. If you or someone you love has been ticketed for speeding, please contact the Raleigh traffic violation attorneys of the Law Office of Jim Black at 919-600-4609.

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