How to Avoid Getting a Ticket in Binghamton
If you're curious, one of the fastest way to get a ticket in Binghamton one would be to chat on your cell phone while you're driving. How else will you get nabbed?
Not wearing a seatbelt, texting while driving, failing to stop at a red light, passing a stopped school bus and driving with a suspended license.
It's pretty much common sense not to do any of these things, right? Well, not so much for the 48 people who were issued tickets as part of the Buckle Up New York initiative.
According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office, 48 tickets were issued as part of their Buckle Up New York Initiative.
Police officers issued 16 tickets for cell use, 12 for seatbelt violations, 1 for texting while driving, 5 for failing to stop at a red light. 1 for passing a stopped school bus and 1 for driving with a suspended license.
So the answer to how to not get a ticket in Binghamton is simple. Obey the law.
By the way, if you hate bluetooths and don't have a fancy car with built in blue tooth technology I highly recommend picking up a Blueant Sense Speakerphone device which is what I've got. The device acts as a speakerphone, clips to your visor and when hooked up to your phone alerts you when a call is coming in by giving you the name of the person calling and allows you to accept or deny the call by voice. The Blueant Sense will set you back about $35 and is worth every penny.