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July 2018 Archives

Commercial driver violations and loss of privileges

If you have a commercial driver's license in Ohio, you know how important retaining your driving privileges are as they may well be directly linked to your ability to earn an income and support yourself and maybe even your family. For this reason, it is very important that you know what things may interfere with your ability to drive commercially and how to get help if your right to drive a commercial vehicle is ever put at risk.

DUI charges await incoming Buckeye football player

Given the chance, many in Cincinnati may choose to revisit their pasts and rethink some of the more reckless decisions they may have made in their youth. During one's teenage and early adult years, a lack of experience and well-developed judgment might lead him or her to doing things that he or she may undoubtedly later regret. Unfortunately, no amount of regret may erase the consequences of these poor decisions. The hope, however, is that such consequences do not follow him or her into adulthood, or worse yet, impact any opportunities for progression that he or she might have in the here and now. 

Did you unjustly get a traffic ticket after hitting an object?

As a driver you may know that you have a duty to remain as safe behind the wheel as possible. You likely do your best to keep your focus on the road, get enough sleep before driving and never drink and drive. Of course, even your best driving behavior may not prevent you from being involved in a minor accident.

How do I get a commercial driver's license?

If the “romance of the road is calling you to become a semi-truck driver in Ohio, you have some work ahead of you. Driving a commercial vehicle is not something to take lightly; it carries a bigger responsibility than other vehicles due to the sheer size of the truck, the cargo it carries and the greater potential for destruction and death should something go wrong. It requires a greater set of skills and knowledge, as well as physical abilities, and commercial drivers are held to a high standard while operating a truck on public roads.

Did you know there is more than one type of speed limit?

Speed limits are an aspect of traveling that most people try to pay attention to. As a driver, knowing the speed limits in your area could help prevent you from driving too fast and ending up with a ticket. Of course, if you do receive a citation, you may not think it is a big deal. However, you may want to reconsider this line of thinking.


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