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D.C. may waive penalties to get you to pay your unpaid tickets.
Maryland drivers who get ticketed in the new year should be aware of a new change to the law.
Drivers who want to dispute their traffic tickets will have to speak up come Jan. 1, when a new law aimed at saving the police time and money will eliminate automatically assigned court dates for minor traffic violations.
A new initiative in rural California has made motorists now think twice about a "rolling stop."
The computer system isn't user-friendly, Fairfax County officers say.