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How long does reckless driving stay on your record in Pennsylvania?


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2010-12-14 18:34:49
2010-12-14 18:34:49

Wreckless driving stays on your record for 8 years in Pennsylvania.

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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.

It is my understanding that reckless driving, in most states, is applicable to insurance underwriting for 7 years.

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.

In Georgia, traffic violations, including reckless driving, stay on your driving record permanently. So, even when the points drop off your record, the actual conviction remains.

Driving Violations stay on DMV records for 5 years.

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.

Depending on the state, 5 to 7 years. Not good.

somewhere between 3-5 years, I'm pretty sure its four though.

If you are referring to your DMV records, it will ALWAYS appear on your drivers record as part of your violations history.

It'll count against your insurance for three years, and will show on your MVR for seven.

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.

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.'

Points for all traffic tickets stay on a person's record for two years in Michigan. The two year period starts at the time of conviction, not from the date the ticket was written. The reckless driving charge itself stays on a person's record for at least 7 years, longer if alcohol was involved.

A Dui offense stays on your Pennsylvania driving record for ten years. A first offense can get you 48 hours in jail, probation up to six months, and a 300 dollar fine or more.

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Hi I got a DUI in NC 1979 and it is still on my record there for 25 dollars they will remove it for 30 days then it went back on my record hope this helps i do not know if it is the same for your situation

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.

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.

Your driving record is ALWAYS with you, it doesn't go away as it is a complete compilation of your driving history.

Charges such as this are sometimes actually misdemeanor charges, dependent on the situation. In which case, it'll always be on record. If it's only on your MVR, seven years.

Any company that insures your parents will require that you be covered as long as you are licensed and live in the house. Of course, with a driving record like that they will not cover your family without a HUGE rider, meaning that you will get to pay a lot of money for the privilege of driving.

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