Minnesota lawmakers try to help drivers stuck in ticket "debt trap"


When you get a speeding ticket and can't drive, so you can't go to work, so you can't make money to pay off your ticket. It's debt trap.

Now some Minnesota state representative wants to make sure that residents that are struggling to pay off tickets are able to get a provisional license to make sure they can drive to work to continue earning money so they can pay off their tickets. 

State Representative Nick Zerwas (R) said many residents with suspended license continue to drive in order to keep their jobs because their only option is to quit or get fired. 


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