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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- If you watch the news, listen to the radio or pick up a print magazine, it feels as though, California's leading service in helping drivers get their traffic tickets dismissed, is everywhere. In just the last two months fans of could hear about the service on Fox 5 in San Diego, the Money Matters show with George Chamberlin KOGO 600 AM, Money 101 with Bob McCormick - KFWB news 980 am, in the Los Angeles Business Journal, the and others.

According to President, Steven Miller, "since every driver out there can benefit from our ticket busting services, we are popular with most media outlets. When I'm interviewed on the radio, the phone lines just light up. Everyone has a story or a question, and we bust a lot of traffic ticket myths."

On FOX 5 Morning News in San Diego, topics covered included the Ticketbust book "Traffic Tickets. Don't Get Mad. Get Them Dismissed" along with ways to contest a traffic ticket in California specifically by utilizing a California Trial by Written Declaration. You don't have to go to court using this process. has contested over 50,000 tickets in California using this process.

On KFWB News 980 they discussed traffic tickets on Money 101 with Bob McCormick. Steve and Alexis Vega, Vice President, Legal Research and Case Analyst for, talked about speeding tickets, red light photo tickets, cell phone tickets, and April being distracted driver's month. has contested over 50,000 traffic tickets through a 100% legal process that has been developed, tested and proven to work. makes it easy to fight speeding tickets, red light tickets, or other traffic tickets throughout California. They also offer a refund of their service fee if a ticket is not reduced or dismissed.

About (The Original Ticket Busters), located in Westlake Village, California, was founded in 2004 by Steven F. Miller. The service has assisted thousands of Californians with filing the necessary paperwork to contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. was originally created to alleviate the tedious and time-consuming process of attempting to contest a traffic ticket. Mr. Miller wanted to create a fully automated and user-friendly online service for California drivers to submit their traffic ticket information and process the necessary documents. In 2010, launched for their Spanish-speaking customers. Contact:

Please contact Steven Miller at (800) 850-8038 or for more information. For Spanish, please call (818) 584-3689 or via email at 5716 Corsa Avenue, Suite 104 | Westlake Village, CA 91362.

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