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    Happy Holidays December 2013

    Happy Holidays December 2013

    I would like to take this time to thank you all for a great 2013 and welcome in 2014. This new year is going to bring some exciting changes and opportunities for everyone. We were able to save our clients a lot of suspension time this year, suspension time that would have been served needlessly. My favorite part of the day is calling up someone who recently hired me to tell them their license is restored. We saw a lot of the same issues this year with the most common situation stemming from an indefinite suspension that later results in a [Read more...]

  • License Law

    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...]

    Governor Corbett Proclaims Week of May 12 as National Transportation Week in Pennsylvania

    Governor Corbett Proclaims Week of May 12 as National Transportation Week in Pennsylvania

    Governor Corbett Proclaims Week of May 12 as National Transportation Week In this press release the Governor of Pennsylvania announces the week of the 12th to be National Transportation Week. As you know I am a strong supporter of transportation options for PA residents for many reasons. This proclamation is important to License Restoration Services. Anything that helps to bring attention to transportation issues that impact quality of life and our employment options is a good thing for all of us in the long run.     5/14/2013 - Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett has proclaimed the week of May 12 as National Transportation Week, noting the vital role [Read more...]

    Philadelphia Traffic Court Eyed For Closure

    Philadelphia Traffic Court Eyed For Closure

    There has recently been some turmoil in the Philadelphia Traffic Court located at 800 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia, PA. Accounts of favoritism and a two tier penalty system that have caused many of the prior judges to step down and face accusations of doing favors fot those connected have led to the Pennsylvania legislators to unanimously vote to do away with the Philadelphia traffic court and let the Philadelphia municipal court handle traffic and parking violations for Philly. According to Philly.com - the [PA Senate] chamber on Wednesday passed two bills. The first would eliminate the seven-member court from the state constitution, which [Read more...]

  • Helping Drivers

    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...]

    Philly #2 and Pittsburgh #12 Worst Drivers

    Philly #2 and Pittsburgh #12 Worst Drivers

    That's right! The City Of Philly has ranked second overall in the report of America's Worst Drivers! Pittsburgh comes in at number twelve on the same list. The news site Slate.com compiled the list from a number of different sources. The list takes into account the number of traffic tickets & traffic accidents with and without DUI violations in Philly. It also considers how many miles are driven in Philly each year along with the population of the region. No. 2: Philadelphia. Drivers in the city of brotherly love enjoy a good love tap behind the wheel. Second-places finishes in collisions [Read more...]

    The Philadelphia Traffic Court – NOW CLOSED

    The Philadelphia Traffic Court - NOW CLOSED

      As of today the Philadelphia Traffic Court will no longer exist. Governor Corbett signed the bill that ordered the Traffic Court duties to be done by the Philadelphia Municipal Court. Effective immediately, Traffic Court functions are under the supervision of Municipal Court, though the complete transition may take weeks or months according to CBS Philly. “Municipal Court will hire hearing officers to handle traffic cases,” says Erik Arneson, a Pileggi spokesman. “There’s no set number, but we would anticipate it would be in the range of probably five to seven. That’s the number of judges that Traffic Court had.” So the Municipal Court [Read more...]

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