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Does a speeding ticket in Wisconsin effect your driving record in Missouri?


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2009-04-17 06:30:37
2009-04-17 06:30:37

It shouldn't matter. I'm from WI and got a ticket in LA, and it didn't affect my insurance or points. WI has deals with MN and IL i think, but not MO, so you should be fine....just pay it.


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