Received A Speeding Ticket In Florida? Don’t Take It Lightly!

Getting a speeding ticket is just a minor inconvenience that can be solved without much hassle, right? Wrong! A new speeding ticket conviction on your record may mean:

  • Fines up to a few hundred dollars or more
  • Points on your driving record of three to four points
  • Increased auto insurance rates and possibly cancellation of your auto insurance
  • Driver’s license suspension if you have too many tickets on your record within a short time

Many drivers decide to “just pay it and forget it” after receiving a speeding ticket, but this can be a costly mistake! At 305 Ticket Defense, we help drivers fight back to protect their long-term driving records and privileges.

We are so confident of our ability to get you a good result that our representation comes with a pledge. When we defend you from a speeding ticket or another moving violation citation, we will get your ticket dropped or reduced or give your money back. (Certain qualifications apply. At your initial consultation, we will let you know if you qualify for this guarantee.)

Is Speeding Really A Big Deal?

Even though drivers speed every day, our legal system in Florida does not count speeding as a minor problem. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that about one-fourth of fatal accidents in 2019 involved speeding. Nationally, speeding was named as a factor in more than 9000 traffic deaths that year.

With all these safety considerations, it is no surprise that local law enforcement agencies in Florida are aggressive about catching speeders. 305 Ticket Defense offers convenience, clear communications and skillful advocacy. For more than 25 years, we have delivered solutions for drivers who had been cited for speeding and other traffic violations, including:

As with any criminal matter, you are not necessarily guilty as charged just because you received a ticket. But you must fight the ticket to challenge it.

Prevent Points On Your Driving Record

Convictions may add points to your driving record in Florida or in your home state if you are from elsewhere. Points can be more damaging than fines. Consider the consequences when points add up over time:

  • 12 points accumulated in 12 months trigger a 30-day driver’s license suspension
  • 18 points in 18 months trigger a three-month driver’s license suspension
  • 24 points in 36 months trigger a one-year suspension

Learn how our legal team can help after you have been cited for a traffic violation. Call us at 305-900-5394 or send an email inquiry.