Lawyers That Can Object To Your Habitual Violator Notice Sent By The NTTA
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Has the NTTA sent you a habitual violator notice? Are you unsure what to do next? Are you concerned that they will place a hold on the registration of your vehicle? All of these concerns are valid and must be addressed when you have been sent a habitual violator notice from the NTTA. This article is intended to help those that have NTTA tickets understand what they need to do to defend themselves and keep a registration hold off of their vehicle. If you would like to discuss your case with our experienced team of NTTA ticket attorneys after reading this article, feel free to contact our office at 214-321-4105.
What Is A Habitual Violator Notice?
A habitual violator notice is a letter that is sent by the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) that informs the driver that they have unpaid tollway bills and the NTTA intends to designate them as a habitual violator. This designation allows the NTTA to tow a vehicle, issue citations against the registered owner of the vehicle or place registration blocks on the car. Most recently, the remedy of choice by the NTTA is to place a registration block on the renewal of the registration of the vehicle in question.
The habitual violator notice can be objected to however and should be. If it is not objected to, then the NTTA can by default designate the person as a habitual violator. This is a very powerful step the NTTA takes to punish drivers for unpaid tolls even if the tolls are disputed. Once a habitual violator notice is sent, you must take the time to object to avoid the registration block. If a habitual violator notice is objected to, then the NTTA cannot legally enforce a registration hold without a full hearing in front of the Justice of The Peace in which the defendant resides.
Lawyers That Help Remove Registration Holds
If you failed to object to the habitual violator notice and a registration block is already on your vehicle, it is not the end of the world. Many times we can still help you. Our NTTA ticket lawyers must evaluate those issues on a case by case basis to determine if you would qualify for an agreement with the NTTA that would allow the hold to be removed. We can negotiate with the NTTA to determine any alleged tollway bills that are outstanding and work to get an agreement that is fair to both sides so that the hold can be removed. We suggest you contact a NTTA lawyer today to discuss your case futher. Contact Our NTTA ticket attorneys at 214-321-4105 to discuss your case today.