Yes your insurance rate will go up if you have accumulated 2 points against you on your driving record. The amount of rate increase is determined by your Insurers underwriting guidelines. The amount of rate increase will vary depending on who your insurance company is.
your insurance willl increase by 2,000 pounds with 8 points on your license
Most insurance companies don't ask you how many points you have on your licence. I'm not sure if they check this kind of thing, but if they do then it will be taken into account.
The increase in your insurance payments vary from company to company. Call your insurance agent, they can give you an estimate.
The ticket will always report on your MVR for your driving license. The points come off your license in three years. They will come off your insurance at your first insurance renewal once the three years has passed.AnswerPretty much ditto
Probably not. Although the insurance company may give you a discount for taking the course, it will probably be much less than the amount your insurance went up after the accident.
This is hard to determine as there are many factors at play here. The main factors that determine how much your rate will increase are The main question is if an insurance claim was made. If one was not made then your insurance will not increase at all. Next how much damages was there, or how much did the insurance company have to pay out? The more they had to pay out, the more they will make you pay when your insurance comes up for renewal. Lastly, whether you were charged with a traffic violation and how many points this will put on your license. The more points on your license the higher your rate will be when you renew.
The rate of collision insurance for a 16 year old boy varies. The state in which they reside will affect the rate, as well as if they have points on their license.
Only your insurer or their agent can answer this. Slow down.
Exceptionally B*A*D. Most states will pull your license when you rack up three points, especially if they were all moving violations (depends on the state you live in), unless you have a commercial license. Your biggest auto insurance carriers won't even talk to you, much less insure you if you have that many points. You'll probably have to do a SR-22 filing, and that wil cost you a bundle!
Each insurance company has their own policy, therefore you would need to check with that particular company. Was there an accident? What state did the violation occur? Do you have a license for that state?
Pretty much yes, that would exclude you from being approved for an insurance license