In my experience, although the infraction may be taken off of your driving record, the amount of your ticket plus now interest and any fees associated with turning it over to collections will stay on your credit report if unpaid. Also if you had a DL in any other state that info would have been fowarded to them. If you try to obtain a DL in any other state you will also need to show proof of having paid the fine if your Dl was revoked due to non-payment and or a fail to app.. SO YES it can.
When you get a speeding ticket, generally, points are added to your license. So yes, a speeding ticket that is out of state, will still effect your license.
No it does not.
In the state of Florida, a police officer technically has five days to file a speeding ticket that they wrote. However this is not always the case and the court will still accept it even if it is filed later than that.
Yes it is because he still saw you speeding.
No..you'll still be held responsible for the ticket.
chances are you'll still have to pay for it later.... unless they decide to drop it, depending on how much the speeding ticket is. <><><> Agree. Most states have reciprocal agreements on drivers, and violations in other states. Better pay the fine.
Yes. It is still a construction zone workers or not.
There might be a warrant out for your arrest for an outstanding ticket, so it's in your best interest to pay it.
If you lost your speeding ticket, it is still very important that you take care of the fine. Contact your local police department or your local courthouse, whichever is more applicable in your town or city. One of them will know what to tell you to do next. The record still exists, and you can still access it.