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The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the way we live. With so many restrictions on movement, it has become challenging to do so many previously simple things—and one area that has been dramatically affected is the process of getting a driver’s license. If you have plans of getting one, you’re probably wondering if it’s possible […]

Police Officer Arresting Drug Dealer

One question many new and young drivers have in Texas is “Can you be arrested for a traffic violation?” Certain offenses would clearly warrant being arrested, such as: DUI/DWI Dangerous/Reckless Driving Driving on a Suspended/Revoked Driver License Yet, there are also other minor offenses where one can be arrested in Texas by law enforcement officers. […]

Distracted teenager driving a car with his cell phone in his hand

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of teenage car crashes caused by distracted driving in Texas. According to the C.R.I.S. Query Database from the Texas Department of Transportation, the number of crashes involving teens and drivers under the age of 21 was 211,803 and included these causes from 2017:1 Speeding […]

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Completing a Texas defensive driving online course is beneficial in several different situations. For starters, you may benefit from completing the course if the court or magistrate allows you to do so to have a traffic ticket dismissed. Traffic ticket dismissal also prevents points from being added to your driver license. It is a good […]

Angry man driving the car

In Texas, driving aggressively can lead to all sorts of problems. You could get speeding tickets, moving violation tickets, get into car crashes, and potentially lose your driver license. Your insurance rates can increase as well as surcharges from the DMV as you rack up points on your driver license. Aggressive driving has become more […]