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What's the difference between a moving and nonmoving violation?

Unlike some states, Washington does not have a "point" system for traffic tickets. In Washington the system is much simpler. In addition to potential fines and license suspension, if you have a "moving" violation on your driving record, the violation is visible to insurance companies and they may increase your rates. On the other hand, a "nonmoving" violation may still cost you some money but it won't trigger a driver's license suspension and usually won't affect your insurance rates.

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Scott and his team are beyond sweet and helpful and will answer any questions you may have as well take care of your ticket. He does things at a timely matter and keeps you updated, there is no one else I will go to when/if I ever get a ticket again. - Alex

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I have hired Scott Leist three times now for traffic infractions and he has gotten all of the tickets dismissed! His staff has been extremely helpful and understanding. I definitely recommend Scott Leist and his staff. - Mary Ann

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