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Contact the court with jurisdiction over the case and find out. Each court sets their own policy. Typically, you can pay off the fine owed, or you can post a cash bond and be given a new court date.

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If your 16 year old got a speeding ticket the parent's insurance be definitely be affected in Michigan. The insurance bill will increase in money owed.


I have been through this last year, if you didn't have proof of insurance on you, but you had it for that time period you got the ticket, then just bring it into court with you and the ticket will be dropped. If you did not have it covered for that time of the ticket, then if its your first time they will give you court supervision and you have to get proof of insurance with SR22 added to it, usually that's a 1-3 year thing, no matter if you have a vehicle or not you have to carry the SR22 insurance or they will suspend your license. Goodluck with that


First Pay the Ticket. Then Pay for the Insurance that you were supposed to have. Then Pay for an Sr22 Filing fee so your Drivers License does not get suspended. Then you pay the state an extra hundred dollars a year for the next few years if you wanna keep the drivers license. Fines and fees total around a thousand dollars right now.


278.00 fine and 4000.00 a year for insurance after that.


I know when I got a ticket, I went to the courthouse and met with one of the people there and told them to "stay" the ticket. Which meant that if I didn't get another ticket within a year of that ticket, it would not go on my insurance. However, if you got another ticket, then both would go on your record. I have also heard that if the ticket is less than 10 mph over the limit, then it automatically doesn't go on your insurance. However, I think this might be a myth, because when I went to "stay" my ticket I was going 37 in a 30, and the worker never said anything about it not going on my insurance. It may also have something to do with select counties too.


Maybe to get the ticket off. I had a ticket several years ago and the state had a window that I had to meet to get the ticket off my record. Traffic school could help bring the insurance down a bit, maybe.


It depends if you receive points on your license or not. No points really doesn't affect the insurance rates, but rates will increase if you receive points on your license.AnswerYes, a speeding ticket will most likely increase an insurance policy. Every year at renewal the motor vehicle report is run. If there is a ticket, the insurance company has the right to surcharge the policy (upwards of 15%) because of the ticket. The charge will depend on the severity of the ticket and it will only be applied at renewal. The surcharge will remain on the policy for three policy years.


It all depends on several factors. Year, make and model of car, ticket type. previous accident/ticket history, zip code of residence, driving record, policy type, etc. Usually moving violation tickets (such as speeding) affect your insurance the most.



You get a Ticket for no Insurance, Your vehicle gets towed to the local pound and your drivers license gets suspended pending the filing of an SR22. You will also have to pay additional $100 dollars per year for the next three years in order to retain your driving privileges.


a year ticket means it lasts for a year


There would only be a lower rate if you haven't had any accidents in the last year. Each year you go without an accident or ticket your car insurance will be lowered.


Because the cost of insurance is reletive to you, your driving record and the state you live in, You need to call your agent and ask him.


The average price of car insurance in Texas is $808 per year. This is only a few dollars more than the national average which is a little less than $800.


Texas legislators do get health insurance for themselves and their families. I think can begin collecting pensions at age 50 if they have 12 or more years of service. I think the pension is around $36,500 a year, which increases with each additional year of service


The insurance could go up 50 to 75 dollars a month with this amount of violation for a young driver. The insurance may not go up until they renew the policy and look at the points again.


It is the charge, not the ticket, that would be dropped, and the ten days is for the driver to produce proof there was insurance at the time of the citation, not later. If the citation was not issued because of an accident or other moving violation, it is possible the court would dismiss the case, or continue it without a finding, to be dismissed if there are no further violations (usually in 6 months or a year).


Yes you get a ticket but your insurance would most likely stay the same if this is your first ticket within a year. Anyway, if you are looking for a very affordable insurance, I recommend you check the site below to get free quotes and compare premiums between different insurance companies in the US. The website will pull up comparable premiums from the database, that would give you the best insurance quote and decide which one is best for you. http://www.goodinsurancepolicy.com


He might not be able to get insurance. If he did it would be at least $175 a month and could be much more.


There are too many variables to be able to give you an estimate. It depends on the car, your record, and how much insurance. For an accurate price contact an insurance company.


Yes, however, a minor is not permitted to enter into a legal conntract. A parent or Legal Guardian will have to countersign the insurance application.


There are quite a few factors that will determine how much insurance costs, I would call a local agent for a quote.


Here is a good website with lots of answers for your insurance questions!


If your driving a unregistered vehicle..... I lost my license for a year and had to pay $2000.00 fine for no insurance to. ITS NOT WORTH IT!


A 16-year-old's insurance will go up quite a bit, if they are even willing to still insure you. This would be considered a high-risk situation and the insurance could jump as much as a hundred dollars a month.



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