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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Driver Responsibility Program: Moving Violation Fines Less for Low-Income Texans

Last Friday, October 22nd, the Texas Public Safety Commission approved some changes to the state’s Driver Responsibility Program that lessens fees for moving violations committed by low-income Texans. The program established an automatic point system for moving violations.

http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/director_staff/public_information/pr081903c.htm
Lawmakers approved of the changes so as to lessen the financial impact moving violations have on low-income Texans. This applies to Texas residents living below 125 percent of the poverty level.

Here are the new rules:

  • Low-income Texas residents get to pay 10% less on their moving violations.

  • For a maximum fine of $250.

  • Suspended licenses will be reinstated as long as payments are being made.


Learn more about the Texas Driver Responsibility Program

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