Out-Of-State Drivers Can Face Serious Traffic Violations

Whether you are visiting family, going on vacation or exploring on a day off, you will likely drive across state lines. While a driver's license issued in one state gives you the right — at least temporarily — to drive in another state, you might still be held accountable for a violation.

If you were driving through Georgia and received a traffic ticket, it is crucial that you act quickly to resolve the matter. In decades past, drivers might have simply ignored the out-of-state ticket assuming that communication between states was poor. But increases in communication efficiency and the speed of sharing information over the internet assures that your violation will follow you back to your home state.

By contacting a lawyer at the firm of Stephen G. Adkins, Attorney at Law, you can rest assured that your matter will be approached proactively and aggressively. From our Valdosta, Georgia, office, we have extensive experience representing individuals, both in-state and out of state.

Commonly, our firm is called upon to handle cases involving a wide range of traffic offenses, including:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Aggressive driving
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Disobeying traffic control devices
  • Expired tags
  • Child safety restraint violations

If you have received an out-of-state traffic violation, schedule a free consultation at our firm. We can answer your questions regarding traffic citations and the steps that need to be taken. Whether we can appear on your behalf or fight the ticket remotely, our office is ready to help you. Call or email us today.