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  • NYS 1201a Violation. New York

    Does anyone know what type of violation this is? Would I be assigned points with this?

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    Das ist in der Doktor!

    What were ya doing when ya got it?

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      1201a

      I discoverd the answer. I received a speeding ticket and wrote a letter to the DA's office. Indicating that the road had black ice, I sent him my clean driving record. He reducted the 1180 to a 1201a It's a no-point parking ticket and cost me $150. Thanks you reply.

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        Originally posted by Bens99bens View Post
        I discoverd the answer. I received a speeding ticket and wrote a letter to the DA's office. Indicating that the road had black ice, I sent him my clean driving record. He reducted the 1180 to a 1201a It's a no-point parking ticket and cost me $150. Thanks you reply.

        I had a similar reduced charge experience, changing a demerit violation (1120A) to a 1201a in NYS in 2011. Saved me $50 and 3 demerit points (i e, no insurance rate increases).

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