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How much is the fine for going 18 mph over the speed limit in North Carolina?

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The problem is not the fine but the resulting suspension and mandatory insurance rate increase. In North Carolina a speed of 15+ over the limit is an automatic suspension. In order to avoid points and the insurance increase you need to negotiate it down to an under 10mph ticket or take your Prayer for Judgement. lwpat http://www.speedingticketcentral.com

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