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2015-07-15 18:39:33
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No. This is considered a non moving violation and will have no effect on your driver's license or insurance.


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It can definitely raise your rates.

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.

every traffic offense affect your license. Although, you may want to check your state laws, as it may vary depending on where you live.

It can affect: 1. Your insurance premium (for your own vehicle, or your parents vehicle if you are on their policy. 2. Your employers insurance premium (if you drive for work) It will NOT affect: 1. Your friend's premium, unless you are scheduled as a driver on the policy

does defective equipment go against your license

Are you attending this second traffic school to get a point taken off your so then NO it will not affect your rates....but if are just taking the class then no it will not effect your rates.....unless you take a defensive driving course, then you may get a discount on your insurance.

Probably not unless you don't pay the fine in NJ.

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If you do not go to traffic school to get the ticket removed from your record then yes it can affect your rates. However depending on the length of time you have had your insurance, the company, and your specific policy, then your insurance company can choose not to change your rates.

my answer is that the air pollution can affect you like smoke from fire can cause lung cancer and traffic can affect business like when traffic you can be late for work because there is traffic

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they put points on your license, then your rates go up about 100 dollars every 6 months.

Insurance regulations vary widely across states, provinces and countries. In addition, "failure to obey traffic control devices" can apply to both vehicles and pedestrians. The only way to answer this question with any certainty is to consult your insurance company about the specific violation.

To my knowledge, the violation goes against that persons personal driving record, not the vehicle itself. But, if you share the same insurance, then I would say definitely. Now if they go to Traffic School, then the ticket is erased and will not affect the insurance rates. But to be sure, ask either your insurance broker or the clerk at the Traffic Court. Hope this helps.

yes, but it is the gear ratios that affect the overall speed

Not sure. Have you inquired about going to Traffic School? If you complete Traffic School, most moving violations will be erased from your driving record (in California anyway) and won't affect your insurance rates. If you haven't been to Traffic School in the last 18 months, then you should contact the Traffic Court and request it immediately. If you qualify, then you will be given a list of Traffic Schools you may attend. Traffic school can be done online at your own pace and for for under $30.00. Hope this helps.

If you are planning to buy a motorcycle, you need to purchase motorcycle insurance. Keep in mind that this kind of policy costs about $150-$1,100 per year, so you will have to shop around if you want to find the best price. So what factors affect insurance premiums? If your bike is brand new or fast, you will definitely pay more on your premiums. If you are an inexperienced motorcycle rider or young, you be charged more for coverage. Other factors that affect insurance premiums are the rider’s location, occupation, the type of motorcycle you own, your credit history, and driving history. Insurance rates also vary among companies. If you have a basic, small motorcycle, you will pay less for coverage. If you have a fancy sport bike, you may be charged $900 or more on your annual premiums. Motorcycles that have large engines, racing bikes, sport bikes, and Harley Davidson bikes cost less to insure. A Japanese motorcycle, cruiser, or standard bike will be cheaper to insure. So why do young riders pay for more this kind of coverage? Insurance providers believe that young people are inexperienced and they are more likely to take risks and drive carelessly. Research also shows that young people get into accidents more frequently than older people. Keep in mind that insurance rates drop when people become 25. Insurance providers believe that 25 year old people tend to be more responsible, so they charge them less for motorcycle insurance. The kind of insurance policy that you buy also affects your premiums. Some providers offer basic coverage for cheap prices and other providers offer great coverage for expensive prices. If you want to save money, you should obtain motorcycle insurance quotes online with insurance quote websites and insurance companies. Contact several insurance companies by phone or visit them online to obtain quotes on insurance policies, and you will find a better deal on the coverage that you need.

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

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How is that possible? If you got no points (in California) from the viol;ation, like a seat belt or you went to traffic school, your insurance rates should not rise - how would they know?

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