Riding a motorcycle this time of year can be fun and relaxing. Yet, just as with any other motor vehicle, these bikes need be driven in accordance with the law, lest the operator wants to be slapped with a traffic violations. The first way to prevent being hit with one of these traffic violations is knowing what the state considers a violation. For that, one must turn to the law. Today, we'll briefly touch on a few of the traffic violation laws that apply to motorcyclists.
Since texting and driving and other activities involving the use of a smartphone while behind the wheel are statistically shown to be the cause of a great number of crashes, law enforcement and governmental agencies are taking steps to dissuade drivers from the practice.
Drivers in New York State who receive a citation for committing certain violations behind the wheel will be likely have points assessed on their driver's license. People might have a vague notion of what that means, but do not fully understand how much of a costly inconvenience the accumulation of points on a license can be. It can lead to a suspended license or a revoked license. Insurance will be increased and other problems can arise. Legal help is beneficial in a traffic case.