That all depends , was it your license or someone elses? Only if you ever plan on driving in Canada again should you pay.If you never plan to return to Canada don't bother paying, you will receive a summons, it will go to court and a warrent for your arrest will be issued. If you should happen to wander across the Canadian border AND get stopped AND the local constabulary run your Cali License AND find the warrent, THEN worry about it.
== == Yes you should pay it, if you ever want to be able to re-enter Canada.
No. One state at a time.
A speeding ticket in Tennessee can affect your South Carolina driving license. South Carolina can choose to fine the driver, or suspend their license.
To get in and out of Canada you need a Passport.
If your California license is valid and you are not suspended or revoked in Washington, yes.
Generally, yes. Only a few states report tickets to Canada. Arizona is not one of them so it will not result in points. Just be sure to pay the ticket.
Yes, states share this information.
In California it costs about $28.00. In California it costs about $28.00.
In California, the amount of points a person will get on their driver's license depends upon the offense. If the offense is a simple speeding ticket, the driver will receive one point. A reckless driving violation will result in two points.
Almost certainly not.
A class III driver's license does not exist in the state of California. California offers class A, B, C, M1, and M2 licenses.
No. Federal law states that you can only possess one licence, and it must be from your current state of residence.
You get the regular points and fines for the speeding tickets, but you have to take a $100 driver safety course and restart your provisional year of driving. If you get a point carrying ticket during the new year of provisional driving, your license will be suspended. So stop speeding.
Yes. See if you can take traffic school to get it reduced before it hits your license.
No! Just got 6 points.. they are not transfferable to Illinois
yes, you can drive anywhere with Canadian driver license, its the best in the world cheers
Once California has issued the ticket there will not be a statute of limitations. The driver has already been given proper notice of the violation.
No, you need to have a valid passport.