How to fix your own traffic ticket by using a Google app
I was a little confused by Google’s traffic ticket app for iOS.
I knew that it wasn’t a perfect solution for me, but it certainly was an easy way to make my life a little easier.
I started out with a one-tap ticket, then a one minute wait.
When I got home, I could just log on to the app and start sending me tickets from my phone.
When the app received a ticket, I would swipe down and confirm my ticket and it would send it to me.
I couldn’t really understand why I had to wait so long.
After a couple days of not using the app, I began to realize the problems with the system.
The first time I was sent a ticket the app gave me a time, then asked me if I wanted to get in touch with a supervisor.
The app didn’t seem to understand the purpose of having the supervisor on hand to assist with a ticket.
The second time I received a traffic ticket the ticket was in the mail for a while, and it took me a couple of days to receive a reply, only to be told that it would take three days to respond.
The third time I got a ticket it was late, but the ticket had been mailed to my home address and was sitting there for over an hour before it was sent.
It took me about 20 minutes to receive the ticket.
Once the app was able to tell me what I needed to know, it was able and did my job for me.
If Google ever offers an update to improve the ticket app, you’ll be glad you chose it.
I hope that Google continues to improve its app, but in my experience, the current system is still very good.
The best part is, it’s free.