Steve Soldis believes that drivers should be educated and informed, not punished for their mistakes. And calling attention to the steady rise of traffic fines is one way he's choosing to make a difference."It's time to say STOP to excessive fining," says Soldis. "The government is using traffic tickets as a tax without calling it a tax. It just isn't right when driving a few miles over the speed limit can cost a family a month's worth of groceries. The people need to speak up for good government."
Traffic Ticket CEO Outraged Over Escalating Traffic Fines
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