Do ny speeding tickets go onto your ct license?
do ny speeding tickets affect a ct license
Yes it will. Ohio will report the ticket to CT and it will be treated just as if you received the ticket in CT
I believe not. Points don't transfer state to state, unless they changed it. My mom got pulled over for speeding in VA and we live in FL. She never got any points. This is incorrect. Almost all states will report your speeding ticket to your home state and it will be treated just as if it was received in your home state. The states that I know that will not put an out of state… Read More
Can you request driving school instead of paying a speeding ticket in CT with no points on your license?
Yes, that should be an optiion available to you. But, be sure to ask for it.
I'm a Connecticut resident/driver, and while on vacation in Martha's Vineyard, MA received a speeding ticket (55 in a 35). Called my lawyer immediately, and he told me to simply "pay it, it won't show up in CT". Hope he was right! It won't show up. Connecticut does not accept moving violations from Massachusetts. I purposely keep my license and registration for my autos in CT while I live in MA for just that reason… Read More
Tennessee will issue a warrant for your arrest and report it to the national center. Then your license will be suspended.
I now live in CT and do not have a CT license yet. I use to live in MA but haven't switched my license to CT yet. My MA license was recently suspended. Now that I live in CT can I get at CT license
I'm not resident of CT but get speeding ticket in your state. I'm resident of another state. If I pay ticket does my state will now about it? Does my insurance will go up? Answer Most states communicate about tickets for moving violations. If you did speed and do not want to fight the ticket, pay up. Otherwise, a warrant for your arrest will eventually go out. You could do defensive driving to satisfy your… Read More
It depends on the state laws. In my state of CT you are only required to attend traffic school if you get 3 speeding tickets within a certain time. I believe it's 3 years. The traffic school here is all written and no driving is required. So, check with your particular state as to what the requirements are. Call your local motor vehicle department.
26 hours without speeding.
In CT there is no such thing as a "Moped License" you must have an automobile drivers license to operate any vehicle on public streets. If the vehicle's engine is larger than 49cc, then you must also have a motorcycle license. and the vehicle must be registered and carry insurance. Search the CT MVP for all the laws, they are all online.
no you do not
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Check with the state. CT did not require a license for a boiler operator, but some cities did.
The short answer is No. All mopeds and scooters with engines 49cc or less must have an operator with a CT MVB Drivers License. If above 49cc they must have a motorcycle license and the unit have plates and insurance.
It is a violation of the Massachusett licensing laws. You are not permitted to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.
At the present time Ct does not have a statewide Boiler operator license. Some citys in Ct do require a license . A statewide license is being contemplated for the near future. The nearest chapter of the "National Association of Power Engineers" NAPE would be able to where you could apply for a boiler operators license or training. Give them a call. Bear
16 with driver license
To drive a scooter in CT you must have an automobile drivers license. If the scooters engine is over 49cc then you must also have a motorcycle license. I believe the minimum age is 17 to drive a car.
Yes. CT requires a bakery license, and a food service certification as well.
Yes you can under CT statute 14-286. You don't need registration or insurance. Nor do you need motorcycle endorsement on you CT DMV license
Yes, if you have a MV Operators License, a motorcycle drivers license and liability insurance on the bike.
You go to the local police department. And apply there with the town. You have to be bonded and insured. You have to pay $50 for the license
Good question. I believe they made changes that took effect this summer. I would call the motor vehicle department in CT to get the correct answer.
Fight it in traffic court, or you will probably loose your privilege to drive in CT. They also might put a warrant out for you, depending on how many unpaid tickets you have.
yes. you can get a ticket on a quad anywhere. be careful because the cops are out to get you. they will find something to charge you for.
In CT to drive a 50cc scotter or less you need a standard motor vehicle license. Above 50cc you must have a motorcycle license.
2, one in the front and one in the rear.
18 years of age in Ohio i know
2 plates are required in CT.
Yep. It's call 13 CT
If your relatives have insurance, then yes.
Monkeys are legal anywhere as long as you have a license saying you can own one.
You have to pass a physical exam and the doctor has to sign off on it.
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There is no statute of limitations. The individual has been given notice of the crime in a timely manner.
In the state of Connecticut, you have 30 days to pay a traffic ticket. The answer date will be written on the back of the ticket by the police officer who gives it to you.
No. An Article 15 is NON-JUDICIAL punishment.
ya i believe i live in ct an got my license when i turned 18 without a permit no classes no anything took the test an left that day with my license
Temporarily, yes, like if you are on vacation. If you are MOVING to NY, you will need to apply in THAT state fror THEIR driver's license.
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No you can only receive a drivers license from the state in which you leaglly reside and pay taxes.
No. You must either have a valid learner's permit in the State of Ct or a Operator's license from another state. Out of state learner's permits are not valid.
CT has very stiff DWI laws, they look back 10 full years for priors. Each conviction gets a stiffer penelty. The 3rd DWI in CT within 10 years, can mean losing your DL in CT FOREVER! DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE IN CT, EVER!
If a 17 year old was caught for reckless driving in CT with no license will they be able to get it when they turn 18?
To answer your question, I would fear not. Get the bus schedule or find another looser friend that maybe has a license.
This might be different depending on the state, but generally you can get a ticket, but if you go to court and show the judge your valid license, the ticket will be revoked and your record will be clean.
It really depends on your state. Some have an 8 o'clock cut off and others have a 9 or 10 cut off.
It is exactly 2.9 miles taking this route: Exit Shady Valley Ct, and turn left onto Shady Valley Dr. Take Shady Valley Dr to Magnolia Ct, and turn left. Take Magnolia Ct to E Broad St, and turn left onto E Broad St. Take E Broad St to the Kroger Marketplace at 3300 E Broad St. Turn right into the supermarket.
Your parents live in CT pay for your insurance and hold the title to the car you drive but you live and work in NC do you still have to change your Drivers License?
If your primary residence is in NC, you should hold a NC driver's license.