Reducing Points and Assessment Fees in Queens & New York

Reducing points and assesment fees Queens

Safe drivers courses can help reduce your points in NY.

After receiving multiple tickets, many Queens and NYS drivers want to know how to reduce points on their license. If a NYS driver receives 11 points within an 18 month period their license may be suspended. The main way to reduce active points is to complete the Points and Insurance Reduction Program (PIRP). While the program does not remove violations, convictions or the number of points from your driving record, it does allow you to reduce the total number of points used to determine if your license will be suspended. By completing the program and having it verified with New York’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) you can reduce the number of points by 4. The authorized PIRP course sponsor will notify the NYS DMV within 10 weeks of your completion of the course. The DMV will then reduce the points calculated to determine if your license will be suspended.

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Benefits of Taking the PIRP Course/ Traffic School

Taking the PIRP course or going to traffic school will also save you an average of 10% on your insurance premiums and can potentially save you from getting your license suspended. We know that good people often make mistakes and we are here to help you develop the best defense possible to help fight these violations. Additionally, we can refer you to an authorized Points and Insurance Reduction Program here in Queens or throughout NYC. In the end, investing in our services before you face license suspension or receive an assessment can save you a substantial amount of money and may help you maintain your driving privileges. Call My Tickets NYC at 917-426-2WIN (2946) to discuss how we can help you fight and win, or fill out an e-mail form.