This one charges no fee. And already DoNotPay has helped drivers in the UK, New York, and now Seattle appeal 175,000 traffic tickets valued at about $5 million.
DoNotPay is a robot lawyering service created by Stanford student Joshua Browder. Although investors have approached him about his startup, he intends to keep it free, reports 10 News.
If you get a ticket you click into DoNotPay. The robot questions you. For example, it asks if the signs were conflicting or if there were no signs. Based on your answers, it provides you with a letter to send to the local authorities.
Obviously, DoNotPay puts government back in the hands of the people. Perhaps it should run for U.S. President in 202o/