Most are five (5) years. It depends on the violation. Speeding and other "moving" violations are counted against you with insurance companies for five with minor or non-moving violations counted for three (3). Not sure on DUI's. I heard that a new law had been passed leaving them for life, but can't find proof of that anywhere.
How long violations stay on your record varies from state to state. In Maine, a violation will stay on your driving record for one year.
how long does reckless driving atay on mr record in s.c
The violation stays on the driving record in Delaware for 12 months after a given offence has been made. It may lead to the deduction of the points from the driver's driving record.
Misdemeanors and felonies remain on your record. Your criminal record is a permanent record, unlike your driving record in Alabama.
A moving violation will not be actively costing you points after about 3 years. The violation itself will remain on your court record indefinitely.
until you die :(
Was the DUI charged as a criminal violation or simply a violation of the traffic statutes? If a criminal charge, it will appear as a permanent part of your criminal record unless you file a petition/motion to have the record 'expunged.' However, if you are referring to your driving record - as a part of your driving history, it will remain as permanent part of your driving record.
"How long do seatbelt tickets stay on your driving record?" In many states a seatbelt violation is considered a non-moving violation and is not entered on your record. If it is entered it stays on for three years. Your DMV can tell you the policy in your home state. lwpat http://www.speedingticketcentral.com
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.
If you get a DUI in the state of Alabama, it stays on your driving record for life. A first offense DWI in Alabama is punishable by a $500 to $200 fine, up to 1 year in prison, the mandatory suspension of your drivers license for 90 days, and DUI school attendance.
It depends upon exactly what type of reckless driving violation you were cited for in Virginia as to how long the conviction of the violation will remain on your VA driving record. In general though the VA DMV points and traffic ticket convictions list appears to list most reckless driving offenses as staying on your driver's history for eleven years. For instance reckless driving, speeding in excess of 80 mph remains on your license for 11 years.
How long does a DWI stay on your driving record in Connecticut?"
don't know about CA, but in my state not until the ticket is paid, then it stays on there for 2 yrs.
probably stays FOREVER, but the insurance company is concerned with moving violations within three years
In Pennsylvania, three (3) points are removed from a driving record for every 12 consecutive months a person drives (from the date of the last violation) without a violation which results in points, license suspension or revocation. Once a driving record is reduced to zero and remains at zero points for 12 consecutive months, any further accumulation of points is treated as the first accumulation of points. http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/pdotforms/fact_sheets/pub472.pdf
Each state has there own laws on how long driving after suspension stays on your driving record. For example, a suspension stays on record for three years in California, but in Michigan it stays for seven years.
Your driving record will always reflect the DUI. It is a total record of your entire driving history.
That is difficult to tell. Generally, minor traffic violations can be removed from your record after five years, but any violation related to a felony "must be retained permanently." Traffic violations probably will not stay on your Minnesota driving record forever, but they probably do not get purged as frequently as they should, since DMV workers are very busy. Recommend you review your Minnesota driving record periodically, to ensure it is accurate and current, especially five years after you have had a violation to see if it has been purged yet.See related links to read Minnesota Statute 171.12, Driving Record.
* Moving violation convictions * Medical restrictions (such as glasses) * Suspension history * How long you have been licensed * Other conditions (no night driving, must use interlock, etc.) * License class and status
all your driving life
A violation for incorrect passing will stay on your record for up to 3 years in most states. Although sometimes if you go on court supervision it will be off your record in a month.
Your driving record is ALWAYS with you, it doesn't go away as it is a complete compilation of your driving history.
Wreckless driving stays on your record for 8 years in pennsylvania.