Each company has it's own way of underwriting their policies. First of all keep in mind that insurance companies don't run MVR's all that often and the state does not report tickets to insurance companies. If you company does discover your violation then they will apply whatever underwriting rules that they have filed with the state. I would guess that if you have been insured with the same company for 3 or more years that there is little chance of your rates going up but there are no guarantees.
== == YES. This shows the insurance company that you have a "history of dis-obeying traffic laws" and they will increase your insurance rate, based on that fact. By the way, as a ex-Police officer, I can tell you that " rolling thru a stop sign " is one very clear sign that you are not paying full attention to the driving task, and it also should be a wake up call to you to improve your driving habits.
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