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    5 Years of Suspension Wiped Away In One Month

    5 Years of Suspension Wiped Away In One Month

    Client "C" came to me with almost 5 years of license suspension in Pennsylvania. His driving record was a mess with old tickets from all over. Things did not sound good at first, but after our investigation we found a PennDOt error that needed to be fixed. Years of experience was used to determine that the error occured when PennDOT calculated the suspension time. At first PennDOT was reluctant to correct the error because the calculation of suspension time and credit date seemed correct, but after a careful petition was submitted, the eligibility date was changed so "C" was able to get his [Read more...]

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    Let’s Talk Suspension Segments

    Let's Talk Suspension Segments

    A suspension segment is the time a license is first suspended to the time a license is restored. seg·ment noun ˈsegmənt/ 1. each of the parts into which something is or may be divided. The reason this term use frequently by PennDOT is important has to do with limited license eligibility. There are a number of violations that, if recorded on your record during a current suspension segment, will disqualify you from a limited work license. For example a conviction for reckless driving is a major violation and results in six months of license suspension. If there is a reckless driving on your driving record that started [Read more...]

    Can I Fight My License Suspension For A Drug Case?

    Can I Fight My License Suspension For A Drug Case?

    For a number of years the City of Philadelphia neglected to report convictions for drug cases to PennDOT, negating the ability for the department to suspend their drivers license. Those convicted in Philly should have served anywhere from 6 months to two years if PennDOT were properly notified. If you got a drug charge in the past that is now about to suspend your driver's license, call us to help fight this delayed suspension. In 2012, at least 11,499 people should have been reported, according to court records. Only four were. Last year, at least 11,246 people should have been reported. [Read more...]

    Philadelphia Eagles Player Arrested For Drag Racing

    Philadelphia Eagles Player Arrested For Drag Racing

    According to reports from around the web - including Philly.com and ESPN stating that Jason Peters was arrested in Louisiana for drag racing (§ 3367. Racing on highways in PA) in his Camaro as well as fleeing a police officer . The high speed chase was reported at speeds over 100MPH The Camaro exceeded speeds of 100 mph while the deputy was in pursuit. The Camaro then exited Interstate 20 at the Pecanland Mall exit. The Camaro finally stopped at the parking lot of 4209 Pecanland Mall Drive — the address for the shopping center that includes Target and Petco. Drag racing is a serious violation and [Read more...]

  • Helping Drivers

    5 Years of Suspension Wiped Away In One Month

    5 Years of Suspension Wiped Away In One Month

    Client "C" came to me with almost 5 years of license suspension in Pennsylvania. His driving record was a mess with old tickets from all over. Things did not sound good at first, but after our investigation we found a PennDOt error that needed to be fixed. Years of experience was used to determine that the error occured when PennDOT calculated the suspension time. At first PennDOT was reluctant to correct the error because the calculation of suspension time and credit date seemed correct, but after a careful petition was submitted, the eligibility date was changed so "C" was able to get his [Read more...]

    Can I Drive A Moped Or Electric Bike In Pennsylvania?

    Can I Drive A Moped Or Electric Bike In Pennsylvania?

    A common question asks "Can I drive a scooter or electric bike during my license suspension in PA?" The short answer is "NO" - You are required to hold a valid Pennsylvania Driver's License to operate any motor vehicle on any property public or private in this Commonwealth. So operating a scooter, moped, or electric bike once your driver's license is suspended is illegal. But, you don't need a license to operate a scooter under 50cc!! - Or do you?   So don't be trapped into the "DUI Bike" or buy an electric scooter thinking you can drive that during your suspension term. This [Read more...]

    Back To School

    Back To School

    September marks the beginning of a new school year for most of Pennsylvania, so it is time to be aware that buses, school zones, and children will be active during the normal morning and afternoon times. School zones have reduced speed limits and carry enhanced license penalties if the limits are exceeded. Use extra caution around school zones even when the reduced speeds are not active because you never know where or when a child may come running. A few charges that you may be facing with active school zones. Exceeding Speed Limit in School Zone 75-3365(b) Failure to Stop for School Bus With [Read more...]

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