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Do parking tickets affect your car insurance?

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2010-04-13 04:16:02
2010-04-13 04:16:02

No, parking tickets do NOT affect your car insurance rate.

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No, a registration ticket does not affect your car insurance. Registration tickets, simple traffic violations, and wrong way turn tickets do not typically affect your standing with your car insurance.


Parking tickets are not charged against a driver but against a car. If a car gets too many parking tickets, it will get booted or towed. It will cost money to get the boot off or the car out of the impounded car lot.


No, but they will affect YOU! YOU will be chased until you pay your fines, no matter which car you own. Changing vehicles does not cancel out fines that you were charged with on the older car.


You are legally responsible for the loan. You would want to make certain the car is sufficiently insured and has gap insurance. If you are also on the title then you are legally responsible by way of liability for the car.Parking tickets are applied to the plate number and an excess of unpaid parking tickets can result in impoundment.


Unfortunately, these incidents will make your car insurance rates go up. How much will depend upon the type of driving offense.



If you are driving a car or have it parked on a public street or parking lot then it must have insurance


No. Speeding tickets are issued to the driver not the vehicle.


No, the color of a car does not affect the cost of insurance.


If you transferred the plates to your new car...yes


when you have 2 many unpaid parking tickets


Dead bodies, elephant poop, parking tickets


The tickets follow the car; the car follows the registration; therefore, tickets go to the registered owner. However---you can take the violator to small claims court and get a judgment against him. You would still owe the tickets.


Traffic tickets are not given to the car. The person that got the ticket is responsible. Tickets that are given to the car the renter is responsible. ie parking tickets


A car has been impounded , can the car be return to owner if a payment arrangement is made with parking authorities.


Parking tickets are not a part of your driving record. Getting your license suspended for ignoring oparking tickets would show on your license history (actually, on the car owner's).


Car insurance is available to everyone, despite any past DUIs or any tickets. Ohio is no exception. Car insurance is a necessity.


Someone would find out how much money someone owes in unpaid parking tickets from 5 years ago by contacting the parking enforcement agency in each state. Having unpaid parking tickets can potentially mean that someone's car can be impounded.


I would assume so, but your jurisdiction may handle traffic tickets for bicycles differently.


You nee to be much more specific in your question here. What exactly are you referring too? Car boots like the Denver boot that are used for excess parking tickets? Boots that are used for convertible tops? What are you referring to?


Speeding and the amount you were going over the limit can affect your car insurance rates. Some companies won't penalize you for getting a ticket if you have a clean record and some companies penalize for some tickets but not others. The best solution is to ask your specific company what violations affect their rates.


you can request a hearing with the dmv, were these parking tickets? DId you have licencse plates stolen? Did you loan car out? you can request a hearing with the dmv, were these parking tickets? DId you have licencse plates stolen? Did you loan car out?



if they are the ones that hit your car then yes, they or their insurance are the ones who have to pay.


Don do it! You owe tickets they toe your new car after registration



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