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Answered 2008-03-27 17:07:07

It shouldn't count. It's not a moving Violation.

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My friend is an officer and after receiving a violation I asked the same question and he said no. He has never seen it affect your insurance.


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No, it shouldn't as that is a seat belt violation which is a non-moving violation. No points on your record.


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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 probably won't effect either one. A parking violation is not considered a moving violation and therefore it will not effect your insurance. I don't think it will count as points on your drivers license either.


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Just an opinion - It depends on your insurance company and upon the state - i.e., if the violation is considered a moving violation. In Iowa it is a moving violation (I was just convicted - dark road, trooper came over the hill and passed me within 3-4 seconds and I was slow on the dimmer). The conviction will be part of their point system. Your/my insurance company will pick it up when they check your driving record. Mine is too recent for the insurance company to have checked. I'll know definitely in a year or so.



In most states it is 39 months. It will also affect your insurance rates.




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