A driver cannot get a price lowered for a traffic violation once it is issued, but there are steps that can be taken to reduce violation prices before they occur. There are extenuating factors, which vary by state, that can impact a ticket's price, according to DMV.org.
Outside factors that can affect the price of a violation include points on a driver's license, having previous unpaid tickets and driving with a suspended license. Drivers can take classes, such as defensive driving classes, to reduce license points and lower any future tickets, as stated by DMV.org. Laws vary by state so drivers should check with the Department of Motor Vehicles for state guidelines