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Failure to Yield Summons Not Enough to Deter Violators

A new York Times Article points out the limited success of NYC Mayor DeBlasio’s Vision Zero. The number of people killed in car crashes only slightly decreased last year, by 5 deaths.

Failure to yield summonses contain three points and a minimum fine of $138 in NYC. NYC and NY State share in collection of the fine money. Those who commit these infractions are often unaware of the consequences as the back of the summonses contain only information about the fine, and not the pints.

Minimum fines for most tickets have not been increased in many years (from $40 to $50). The surcharge must last increased from $80 to $88 in 2013.

Maybe fines and surcharges should be increased to deter violations. The word would spread among drivers, and social media would be buzzing.

If you receive a summons for Failure to yield or any other ticket in NY state, please contact the office at 212-227-9008, or michaelblock.law@gmail.com.

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