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How much insurance will go up in Overland Park KS for one speeding ticket 35 limit driving on 49 after having 14 months of clean driving history?

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2005-10-21 03:40:21
2005-10-21 03:40:21

In most states the experience period is 3 years so all accidents and violations in a 3 year period will be used in the determination of your insurance premium. Some states allow up to 5 years of history to be used.

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