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 » When you are a first time applicant:
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Getting a Speeding Ticket is Easy

It’s that sudden moment when you’re driving down a freeway, you catch the flash of red and blue lights in your rear-view mirror coming fast. Your reflex directs your attention to your speedometer, and you realize just how fast you are going. In the next few critical moments, you may be faced with a speeding ticket and a hefty fine.

Going with the Flow of Traffic

When I used to go on the once in a while trip to Las Vegas from California, I would see this situation playing out on the road with other drivers. The flat landscape of the desert would create the optical illusion that you weren’t going very fast, and unconsciously, everyone on the road would speed up. The only way to truly know how fast you were going was to look at the speedometer or judge by the speed of traffic around you.

Along that stretch to Vegas, you see the occasional cop with someone pulled over getting a ticket. Weekends to and from Las Vegas must be for cops like shooting fish in a barrel. There’s nothing worse than having to pay off a speeding ticket with the money you were going to have fun with for the weekend. Except for maybe losing all your money in Vegas and then getting a speeding ticket.

Avoid Speed Traps and a Speeding Ticket

With that in mind, we will walk through the situation from start to finish so you can get a better understanding of how to avoid speed traps and speeding tickets.

Watch for Planes

From the air, police sometimes use planes to spot speeders. All it takes is an eye in the sky that spots your swift lane changes around other vehicles, and once it’s radioed in, they have your vehicle description, and they will be waiting to seize the opportunity ahead of you.
If you see a helicopter or a plane following the flow of traffic, chances are they are looking for speeders. The best thing to do is slowly lower your speed and don’t weave in and out of traffic.

Watch for Sudden Drops in Speed Limits.

Another thing to be aware of is the sudden drop in the speed limit. This comes usually before you enter a city’s limits. It’s where many police lay in wait for the unsuspecting speeder, so instead of getting a ticket for doing 70 mph in a 65-mph zone, you get caught doing 70 mph in a 55-mph zone, and this increases the fine.

Be Aware of Overpasses

When you go under an overpass, many times cops will be sitting on the on-ramp on the other side with a radar gun. You won’t have time to adjust your driving once you see them, so assume that they are there before you go under an overpass.

When Already Caught in the Speed Trap

Next, we’ll go over what to do if you see a cop zooming up behind you. Never try and outrun them, because although you may have a fast car, their radios are faster.


If you are driving stick, (standard shifting) you can have an advantage by down-shifting. By shifting to a lower gear and letting off the clutch slowly, you can slow the car without your tail lights telling the cop coming up behind you that you’ve seen him and are slowing down. If you are driving an automatic, just let up on the accelerator without hitting the brakes.

Change your illumination.

If it is night and you blast through a speed trap and you know a cop is chasing, slow down, change lanes and then change your illumination. Switch your headlights to high beams, or if you are already using your high beams, switch to regular lighting. Your car will appear slightly different and if they didn’t get a good look, the cop is less likely to pull you over.

Answering Questions

When the police ask “Do you know why I pulled you over?” it’s not because they don’t know. They want to know if you know, and if you give them the correct answer, you just validated their reasoning for pulling you over.

You are always better off pleading ignorance to this question, and don’t ever give them a smart answer like, “because you thought I had donuts!”. Say you don’t know, even if you do.

Fighting a Speeding Ticket

When you sign a citation, you haven’t admitted guilt in the matter, but fighting the ticket is easier than it sounds. Police sometimes look for out-of-state license plate cars to pull over because they figure you will never show up to fight the ticket.

If you get a speeding ticket and you show up to fight it, chances are it may be thrown out just because you showed up. If your driving record is squeaky clean, you have even more of a chance of beating a speeding ticket.

Filing for an Extension

You can even beat a speeding ticket in some cases where you were completely in the wrong, just by filing for an extension on when you must make your court appearance. The more time you can put between when you got your ticket and when you must appear in court, the better.

Your Best Bet

Your best bet is to stay aware of your surroundings as you drive. The more aware of your surroundings, the better off you’ll be. Watch what other drivers are doing far ahead of you, and you may get clues as to what to expect. Follow these tips, and you’ll save some of that hard earned money for gas and fun road trips.

Photo: Motorcycle Police Officer at intersection – NHTSA

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Auto Theft Information

What if Your Car is Stolen?

Think about this: what would happen if your car suddenly disappeared? Victims of auto theft often find it difficult, if not impossible, to go on with everyday life. That is why auto theft protection is so important.

The Most Stolen Cars in United States

The most stolen cars are NOT expensive sports cars or multi-purpose passenger vehicles. In fact, the most reported stolen cars are ordinary passenger cars.

According to NHTSA, the (2012) most reported stolen models are:

  1. Mercedes Benz CL-Class
  2. Mitsubishi Eclipse
  3. Mazda 6
  4. Chrysler Dodge Charger
  5. Nissan Infiniti FX35/FX50
  6. Chrysler Dodge Avenger
  7. Chrysler 300
  8. GM Chevy Impala
  9. Mitsubishi Galant
  10. GM Chevy Captiva

Did you know that every 45 seconds a car is stolen in the United States? Only half of them (54%) are recovered. Thieves can strip a vehicle in less than 30 minutes. They can make 2-4 times a vehicle’s worth by selling its individual parts.

Didn’t you find your model in the list? See The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2012 Theft Data for a complete list.

States with the Most Stolen Vehicles

The following are the 10 U.S. States with the most stolen vehicles:

  1. California
  2. Florida
  3. Texas
  4. New York
  5. Georgia
  6. Illinois
  7. New Jersey
  8. North Carolina
  9. Ohio
  10. Nevada

The auto theft rate in these states has a significant effect on auto insurance premiums in those states.

How to Protect Yourself from Auto Theft

There are some simple steps you can follow to beat the thieves at their own game and protect yourself from auto theft.

First, get anti-theft systems and devices that make your car more difficult to steal and easier to recover. Most vehicles today come with audible warning devices. They may deter random auto theft by loud sounds. VIN-etching your vehicles windows/glass and even parts, is a simple and inexpensive protection. Electronic devices that prevent thieves from bypassing your vehicle’s ignition system are also effective. There are other electronic devices that disable the flow of electricity or fuel to the engine. You can also get simple GPS devices that can help law enforcement reveal the location of your stolen car.

Secondly, always park your car in a safe place. If you have a garage, use it. Hide your valuables. Always close all windows and lock the car. Never leave your car with the key in the ignition.

Get more information from The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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California DMV

Immigrants Struggling with the Driver Knowledge Test

California DMV ( now releases the test pass rates for the driver knowledge test under AB60. It is discouraging news for all who wants to get their first driver’s license or permit in California. Or, as one test taker puts it: “Everybody fails this test. It is just not fair!

In California, the new driver’s license law known as AB60 went into effect in January, 2015. This law allow undocumented immigrants (non-visa status) to apply for a California driver’s license. An applicant must prove identity and that he or she has been living in California during the last six months.

So far, more than 115,000 applicants has taken the written driver knowledge test. In the coming years, California DMV estimates that more than 1.5-million people will take the test to get their official California driver’s licenses under the new law.

Test Pass Rates for the Driver Knowledge Test

The test pass rate among new tests takers are very discouraging. On the Spanish driver knowledge test only one out of three test takers pass, according to numbers released by On the English test the passing score is 54%. Which means that only one out of two pass their first driver knowledge exam.

In Nevada, which implemented a similar law, it is even worse. The passing score among Spanish speaking test takers is a mere 30 percent (less than one out of three).

Is the Driver Knowledge Test too Difficult?

If you are an illegal immigrant who has been driving without a license, you want to take the opportunity and get an official driver’s license. You also want to pass this knowledge exam with ease.

Driver’s Prep have free practice tests available in English. More than 1,000 questions for California and currently 600 questions for Nevada. We suggest that you get a copy of the California or Nevada driver handbook. Read this booklet carefully. Then, take several practice tests at Remember, you need a large pool of question to really make sure you cover all areas. You will only find this at Driver’s Drep, nowhere else. Remember, there is no need to pay for permit practice tests or give up any of your personal information.

Check out the limited sample tests at the official and at as well.


When taking a sample test at,, or, make sure you understand both the questions and the answers. Read the comments carefully and compare with the handbook. Everything is there for a reason!

Practice Permit Tests in Spanish

Currently, we only have practice tests in the English language. We will provide these test in Spanish later this year. Let us work together to get better Test Pass Rates in 2015!


Weekly statistics from is found here: News Release 2015

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Getting An Auto Insurance
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Since you are taking practice tests on this site you will soon have a new driver's license in your hand. And perhaps a new car? And your first auto-insurance?

Finding the best auto insurance is actually harder than you would think. Just because a friend or neighbor got a great deal doesn't mean you will get the same offer.

Here are some good advice on how to get a deal.

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In many states, two out of three fail their first attempt at the DMV written test. That is why we created this site with free DMV practice tests and all you need to pass your DMV permit test. We are committed to help you pass your DMV examination the first time.

Being familiar with how the DMV test works is very important. Our DMV practice tests are based on the way the written DMV tests work in most states. You will be given multiple-choice questions with three or four answers. Only one is correct.

We suggest that you take some practice tests every day until you easily score 90% or more.

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