Monthly Archives: January 2013

Don’t Pay GC Services if You Have a Suspended License

Who is GC Services, and When Should I Not Pay Them? GC Services collections agency ("GCS") is in contract with the Los Angles County Superior Court to collect on all unpaid traffic tickets under the jurisdiction of Los Angeles County. Tickets will be sent to collections with GCS if you fall under one of these three scenarios: [...]

By | January 25th, 2013|

GC Services LP – What Happens If I’ve Made Partial Payment?

GC Services LP is the collections agency that contracts with LA County traffic courts to collect on unpaid traffic tickets. The first question is, should I pay GC Services LP? The follow up question is, what if I've already started to pay GC Services, is it too late? Should I Pay GC Services? If you [...]

By | January 19th, 2013|

What if I Have a 40508 Failure to Appear in Court on a Traffic Ticket?

Do you have a 40508 failure to appear in court? Often this happens inadvertently because: 1) you forgot about your traffic court date; 2) you were expecting a courtesy notice in the mail informing you of your traffic court date; or 3) you sent in proof of correction to the traffic court and mistakenly believed [...]

By | January 16th, 2013|

What is a Moving Violation?

What is a Moving Violation? Moving violations are a particular type of traffic ticket, which, if you're convicted of that moving violation ticket, will result in a "point" on your DMV record. If you get too many points on your DMV record within a certain period of time, then you can get your license suspended [...]

By | January 5th, 2013|

GC Services LP – Don’t Pay Them!

GC Services LP is a collections agency that contracts with the LA Superior court system. In other words, if you got a traffic ticket, and you also got a Vehicle Code section 40508 failure to appear in court, your matter will be referred to GC Services for collections. There are a few reasons why you [...]

By | January 5th, 2013|

California Traffic Laws: Common Violations

There are a few California Traffic Laws I see violated time and time again.VC 4000 (California vehicle registration),  VC 16028 (driving without insurance),  and VC 12500 (driving without a license) are a few of the very common traffic tickets I see. California vehicle registration tickets are common because people often simply forget to register their [...]

By | January 4th, 2013|