I received a ticket for not obeying a stop sign and a verbal warning to update my tags from NJ to GA. I moved about 8 months ago and my parents loaned me the car with the intent of selling it to me when I settled down. Just recently, I started working for Robins AFB as an engineer. The car's title and insurance is in my parent's name in NJ. I have a GA license.
I will obtain insurance with USAA under my fiancee who is active duty USAF and transfer the title of the vehicle to my name and apply for GA plates within the week.
I did roll through through the stop sign as I was familiar with the intersection and it was night with no approaching headlights. I don't mind paying the fine for my mistake but I do not want the points affecting my fiancee's rates. I know that traffic court in NJ and NY usually reduce moving violations to non-moving violations for first-timer offenders. Does GA do the same? I have a clean record in GA and a parking infraction in NY and SC each.
I'm not looking for legal advice, just people's experiences. Thanks.
Don't plead nolo unless your going to get more than 4 points. Nolo is only once in 5 years
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