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For you Q-drivers in the USA that obtain the occassional ticket,
according to the Thoonen Production Administrator, RACV Touring
Publications, this procedure works in any American state and it
keeps points from accumulating on your license. I have no idea
if it works or not (perhaps others can comment), but for what
it's worth, here you go.
If you get a speeding ticket, to through a red light or whatever
the case may be, and you are going
to get points on your license, there is a method to ensure that
you DO NOT get any points. When you get your fine, send in the
check to pay for it and if the fine is say $79, then make the
check out for $82 or some small amount above the fine. The
system will then have to send you back a check for the
difference, but here is the trick! --- DO NOT CASH THE CHECK!!
Points are not assessed to your license until all the financial
transactions are complete. If you do not cash the check, then the
transactions are not complete. However the system has gotten its
money so it is happy and will not bother you any more.
Disclaimers and all that.