Speeding & DUI
How do police decide where to run radar for speeding?
There are no specific criteria for determining where radar enforcement will occur, but the police department gives extra attention to neighborhoods and other areas where children and pedestrians are more likely to be present. Radar is an enforcement tool used in areas where we get frequent complaints from the public about speeding and where traffic crashes are an ongoing problem.
Do Fargo Police Officers have a quota for the number of traffic tickets they write?
Fargo Police officers are encouraged to make traffic enforcement a high priority because speeding, bad driving and traffic crashes are a top concern for local residents. Officers are not required to write a set number of tickets, but they are expected to make traffic stops and take enforcement action as needed to reduce crashes.
What will happen to my driving privileges if I drive under the influence?
Learn more about North Dakota Penalties for Driving Impaired
What will happen if I refuse to take a breathalyzer test?
In North Dakota, a driver is deemed to have given consent to a chemical test of their blood, breath, saliva or urine. These tests determine blood alcohol level and assure a motorist is able to drive safely.
It is a criminal offense (Class B Misdemeanor) to refuse to submit to a chemical test. Individuals who refuse to submit to a chemical test will be arrested and their license may be revoked for up to four years.
Police can still arrest a driver who refuses a test for DUI if they determine the person is under the influence of alcohol.
How can I reduce the number of points on my license?