Dimler Amendment: Keeping a Speeding Ticket Off Your Driving Record (13-09)

“DIMLER” AMENDMENT: The so-called “Dimler” Amendment, originally enacted in 1986 and named after its sponsor, representative Chuck Dimler, governs which speeding violations are recorded on a driving record maintained by the Department of Public Safety. Application of the Dimler Amendment not only keeps a driving infraction off a person’s driving record but has the practical effect of insulating a driver’s insurance company from being notified of the speeding ticket. This updates discusses everything a judge and attorney needs to know about “Dimler.”



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