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How long does a reckless driving charge stay on your license in Indiana?


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2009-05-27 17:33:17
2009-05-27 17:33:17

Your driving record is your PERMANENT driving history starting at the time you first get your license. No offenses with which you are charged over the years ever 'go away.'

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Could be careless or reckless driving depending on the particular circumstances.

Yes, an improper lane change charge is often declared a reckless or careless driving charge. It also depends on what happened after you changed lanes.

Reckless driving will stay on your criminal record indefinitely, or until it is expunged. The charge will remain on your driving record for five years.

Both are serious charges, but reckless driving in a lesser charge, but you're up for grabs when the judge sees you. Hope you get it good if you're guilty ... you don't own the road!

An amended charge is a charge that has been altered from its original form. For instance if driving under the influence is the original charge but the outcome has the amended charge of reckless driving.

You'd probably have a longer time of training and it depends on how you got the reckless friving charge. If it wasn't that serious, your chances are practically the same as one without the charge.

Reckless driving usually means you were driving drunk and had an attorney. I say this because often times when someone is caught for DUI and the officer or court is telling you that they are doing you a favor they change the charge to Reckless Driving. In reality, most insurance companies charge the same number of points for reckless driving as they do for DUI. You get three points for each one and there is no difference. Both are considered major driving violations and you are charges the same increase in rates but it does sound better, doesn't it.

In the state of California, a charge and conviction of reckless driving will stay on your record for 7 years. This will begin on the date the violation was given.

Yes it does. In fact the person getting that ticket will get some serious prison time for breaking a law in a different state. I would leave the country.

There are not SOL's that pertain to traffic violations.revised :a reckless driving charge in Texas is not a simple traffic violation per-say - it is a class A Misdemeanor - the statue of limitations therefore is two years

Probably reckless. "Careless" implies something done by accident, like swerving over the line momentarily. "Reckless" implies something done willingly, without regard to the law or consequences.

yes considering in Texas only two charges will never come off your record. drunk driving and capital murder.

Ohio. The points are by the state of the license by their standards. The only think Indiana will do is charge the fine. They cant give points or suspend a license they did not issue.

Although it is more commonly referred to as "road rage" the applicable charge is Reckless driving!

The charges would be "Hit & Run" and "Driving without a license."

5 years unless they changed it. some charges stay longer. Virginia - 11 years call state highway troopers office, or the place you get your drivers license and they can tell you.

It shouldn't unless the position requires you to operate one of the companies vehicle.

Usually the court will appoint driving privledges for work related things.

In CA, a DUI is surcharged for 3 years and you loose the good driver discount for 10 years, a reckless ticket is surcharged for 3 years.

Wet and reckless charge, as opposed to a dui

If it was just a failure to stop ticket and not companied with a reckless/careless driving or reckless endangerment charge, then probably about 100-150 dollars.

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