For the safety of others on the road, it is important to always be mindful of your traffic lanes. However nobody is perfect, and 100% precision while driving in Brick Township is nearly impossible. Whether it was just a simple mistake, or you were changing lanes quickly in a rush to get to your destination, there are certain rules with which New Jersey drivers must comply when it comes to changing lanes. If law enforcement spots you failing to maintain your traffic lanes while driving on busy roads such as Route 70 or the Garden State Parkway, you may find yourself with a failure to observe traffic lanes violation under N.J.S.A. 39:4-88.
If you are facing any kind of motor vehicle charge, you should speak with a traffic defense attorney. Our attorneys have handled many cases in Brick Township, and know the area quite well. Do not merely pay your ticket and leave it at that—speak to a traffic defense attorney before you take your next steps. The traffic defense attorneys at Villani & DeLuca have extensive traffic defense experience, successfully helping clients facing charges ranging from DWIs to speeding tickets.
The penalties for failure to observe traffic lanes may include a fine ranging between $50 and $200, possible jail time up to 15 days, and 2 points on the driver’s license.
If you are facing any kind of motor vehicle charge, call our office to consult with one of our traffic defense attorneys. Our attorneys are here to help you navigate the municipal court system in Brick Township and beyond. Carmine R. Villani, Esq. and Timothy Horn, Esq., our traffic defense lawyers, serve clients dealing with traffic legal issues throughout Ocean and Monmouth County. Call our Point Pleasant Beach office today for a free initial consultation.