What happens when you get a ticket? You might blame everybody else, saying that the city’s broke and the state’s broke and you have no idea how you have been a part of the problem.
The lines in court are long, so what do you do? License, Registration and Proof of Insurance, Please! is a timely book aimed at the driver who “got caught.” The book’s information comes straight from other drivers, as you learn what they had to go through in this day and age.
Timothy Karo’s knowledge and experience is invaluable. He is able to show drivers what they need to know, while at the same time pointing out the driving skills they seem to take for granted. He also shows how punitive the system is in the event drivers are cited, even though they have no idea what they did wrong. Could it be their habits are part of the problem?
The author states, “I’m in the business of helping people.”
Timothy Karo has taught drivers education and traffic violator school part-time for over 20 years. He also writes for Examiner.com, as the San Francisco Drivers Education Examiner. He works part-time at a small traffic school in the Sunset District and currently lives in Pacifica and San Francisco.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/TimothyKaro
- Cover Page(p.navpoint-1)
- Title Page(p.navpoint-2)
- Table of Contents(p.navpoint-5)
- How it started(p.navpoint-7)
- It’s Just My Ticket(p.navpoint-8)
- Intersection Paranoia?(p.navpoint-9)
- Time Check?(p.navpoint-10)
- What’s next?(p.navpoint-11)
- What’s the process?(p.navpoint-12)
- The other instances(p.navpoint-13)
- Traffic school in the sunset district(p.navpoint-14)
- Traffic Violator School(p.navpoint-15)
- Back to the registration process(p.navpoint-16)
- It’s about what the driver knows(p.navpoint-17)
- This is how we do it(p.navpoint-18)
- Boundaries and Classroom Management(p.navpoint-19)
- Class agenda(p.navpoint-20)
- The afternoon session(p.navpoint-22)
- Field Trip(p.navpoint-23)
- The end is near(p.navpoint-24)