Unfortunately, one easy way to get your driver license suspended is to plead guilty to a no insurance or failure to provide proof of financial responsibility ticket. I just had a client come in this week who is very close to suspension because he pled guilty to a no insurance ticket and a speeding ticket a few months ago. By just paying those tickets, he got seven points put on his driver record. Unluckily for him he was pulled over last week for a 2 point moving violation and if he pleads guilty by simply paying for the ticket, he’ll mostly like lose his license for thirty days or more.
In Missouri, no insurance tickets are four points and in Kansas they also can result in an automatic suspension of your license. What most people don’t know is if they had insurance at the time they got the ticket or if they can show proof of current insurance, a lawyer can help them avoid the heavy toll of a no insurance ticket. Of course, it is always best to keep your car insurance current and remember to carry proof of insurance with you. If you have gotten one of these kinds of tickets, it is probably best for you to call a lawyer to see what can be done in your situation. Lastly, if you have been suspended for a no insurance ticket and you would like to go back and undo your previous guilty plea, lawyer can help with that also and get your suspension lifted quickly.
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