Ticketbust.com, a California service to help drivers get
their traffic tickets dismissed, announced the launch of the latest iTicketbust app making it even easier for drivers to
get their traffic tickets dismissed, keep their driving record clean and
prevent increases to their auto insurance.
According to Ticketbust.com President Steven F. Miller, "Our new app is a must-have for anyone who's received a traffic ticket in California or may get a ticket in the future. With millions of traffic tickets issued in California every year, everyone should have this App!"
The new app offers valuable new features like:
Bust My Ticket
Get all the tools you need to start fighting your traffic ticket in just three easy steps. When you're done, final instructions and all the documentation required to help you contest and dismiss your ticket will be emailed to you.
Driving Hazard Map
Avoid that ticket in the first place. With the Driving Hazard Map at your fingertips, you'll know the areas to avoid and the areas in which you need to drive extra cautiously to avoid getting ticketed! Easily navigate areas where road hazards have been reported, automated camera enforcement is being used, and where highly ticketed speed traps are located.
Violation Point Calculator
Want to find out how many points a traffic ticket could add to your driving record? The Violation Point Calculator displays a brief description of the section a driver is cited for, as well as how many points the violation would add to their driving record.
Access Your Driving Record
Access a copy of your driving record so you can view how many points are currently on your record.
What exactly is a Bailiff or a Bail Amount? Now it's easy to find definitions for traffic court terminology and traffic terms, all in plain English.
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