Insurance increases mostly due to accidents not neccessarily tickets.
get a lawyer, or your insurance will go way up
In California, its $359.
It depends on how much over the speed limit you were going.
That depends on how much the speed limit is.
you going to jail
Obey the limit.Your insurance company will dun him 10% for as long as 5 years. The 10% is of the total policy cost. Tell he that's why there are speed limit signs. What part about obeying the limit doesn't he understand??? I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
it depends what the speed limit is
Depends on how much over the speed limit you go. About 150.00 at 10 miles over the speed limit plus the cost of traffic school. You will get a notice in the mail telling you how much and how to pay it. As the speed goes up so does the fees.
Depends on the speed. It's less for going a couple of mph over the limit than it is for going 20 mph over the limit.
If it's just one and just for a couple MPH over the limit, probably not much. If you've had a few speeding tickets or were going enough over the limit to be considered "reckless driving", your rates will go up depending on how much the insurance company feels your behavior is increasing the risk of an accident.
Getting a driving ticket will hurt one's car insurance rates though how much will depend on the speed one was going. Within 5 mph or the limit and the damage will not be significant but more than 15 mph and it could be as much as a 20% increase.
You would be going 20 over the speed limit. Math not your forte', eh? I would like to know how much money How much money it would cost if i got speeding ticket. I was going 75 on road which the speed limit is 55
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
If a person is caught going 15+ over the speed limit they can lose their license. Their ticket will cost them between $200 and $250.
In Indiana reckless driving is considered if the operator of the vehicle is going 15+ miles per hour over the posted speed limit.
It is important to not drive over the speed limit for the safety of everyone on the road. Doing 17 over the speed limit can cause a persons insurance rates to up significantly, the person can also lose their license.
It depends on the speed at which you were going and many other things such as the weather, your age, how far over the speed limit, etc.
Hopefully, enough that you won't do it again.
The price of insurance depends upon what you are insuring and how much insurance you want; there is no limit to the price of insurance. If you want to take out a billion dollar policy on the life of your husband, the premiums are going to be very high.
It is important to drive safely under or at the posted speed limit. A ticker for going 17 miles per hour over the speed limit can cost a person between $150 and $200 depending on court fees and taxes.
Exceeding the maximum speed limit in Pennsylvania is 30+ mph over the speed limit. I was going 31 over the speed limit and received a ticket for $190.00. Depending on the area, the ticket could be more or less, but I wouldn't think it would be cheap.
The speed limit is what it says it is...the limit. You may be stopped and cited for speeding at ANY speed above the posted limit.
my answer is a bit more than $450.00
You're insurance should not go up if this is your first time and as long as you pay the ticket. But you can contact your insurance company and find that out with them