I live in NJ and recently I was pulled over for speeding and violating my provisional. I had two other people in the car. I know I violated my provisional but it was for a good reason. We all go to the same school and we take Journalism together. Well, the field trip our teacher kept planning kept getting canceled beacause the bus would never come or in one case one of the drivers actually died. This happened 4 times. On the fifth time a SMALL bus came, which clearly would not fit a class of 25 or so students. So, the teacher said she was sick of waiting and wanted to get the field trip over with and asked if those who had a car would drive down to Newark (35 miles from the school). I agreed and took 2 other people with me.
When we were comming home, I apparently was going 63 in a 40 two-lane mini highway. Which is impossible. The street I was on was a hill and my car is set to flash a warning light when my speed exceeds 55. I was in the outside lane and an Acura was approaching fast. It past me and braked out of no where. When he braked I moved in front of it and that's when the cops came after me. Two days later I found out the dealer had forgotten to change my brakes. I bought my car used and a brake job is usually mandatory. So that would explain why I couldn't slow down the hill.
The cop who pulled me over said he would make sure I lose my license. What's the worst that could happen? I read online that I could have my license suspented for 6 months.