New Driving Ordinance on Fort Rucker

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

A new regulation is in place for all motor vehicle operators driving on Fort Rucker. Driving privileges will be suspended for all motor vehicle operators cited for speeding 20 mph in excess of the posted speed limit.

Suspended driving shall not exceed three months for each offense for those cited.


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  • by Jimbo Location: Dothan on Feb 9, 2012 at 06:41 PM
    The story says, " driving privileges will be suspended for all motor vehicle operators cited for speeding in excess of 20 miles per hour above the posted speed limit. If cited, the driver will be suspended for a period of up to three months on each offense." So, it appears simply being "cited" gets you suspended? No due process, no court appearance... your simply guilty if you get a ticket? In the rest of the USA, I am fairly certain that simply getting a ticket is not an admission of guilt, its simply a promise to appear for court. The driver also has the option of paying the ticket, thus admitting guilt. I wonder if Ft Rucker will clarify this new rule?
  • by pete Location: dothan on Feb 9, 2012 at 06:56 AM
    Well I guess there is problem hu if they are doing this.
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