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  2. Traffic Violations Bureau - Wikipedia

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    Traffic Violations Bureau. The Traffic Violations Bureau ( TVB) is an administrative court of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles that adjudicates non-criminal traffic violations (other than parking violations) in New York City. [1] [2]

  3. New York State Department of Motor Vehicles - Wikipedia

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    The New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law gives DMV the authority to suspend registrations for habitual and persistent violations of the law. In 2015-2016, the DMV enacted regulations allowing the suspensions of registration for people who fail to pay 5 road charge fines (toll violations) within 18 months. Real ID Act

  4. New York City Department of Finance - Wikipedia

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    Website. nyc.gov/finance. The New York City Department of Finance ( DOF) is the revenue service, taxation agency and recorder of deeds of the government of New York City. [2] Its Parking Violations Bureau is an administrative court that adjudicates parking violations, while its Sheriff's Office is the city's primary civil law enforcement agency.

  5. 7 Cities With the Most Expensive Parking Tickets - AOL

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    More serious parking violations in San Diego Country will cost you $342.50 for parking in a disabled parking space, access area or loading area and $262.50 for parking in a bus zone (minor ...

  6. New app will fight your parking ticket for you - AOL

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    By PIX11 NEW YORK— When it comes down to the numbers, parking tickets are New York City's bread and butter. In 2014, the city issued 9.4 million parking tickets, raking in $546 million in fines.

  7. Point system (driving) - Wikipedia

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    A driver reaching 2 points in 5 years will lose the driving licence and has to pass a driving test again in order to be regain the licence. On October 1, 2014, this limit was lowered from 3 to 2 points. Drivers can get a point for: Dangerous behaviour in traffic, Causing an accident resulting in death or injury.

  8. National Driver Register - Wikipedia

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    National Driver Register. The National Driver Register (NDR) [1] is a computerized database of information about United States drivers who have had their driver's licenses revoked or suspended, or who have been convicted of serious traffic violations, such as driving under the influence or drugs or alcohol. (see 23 Code of Federal Regulations ...

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