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If a person that is not covered by the insurance of the car being driven is given a ticket, the driver is responsible for the ticket. The insurance company that covers the car can tell the owner what affect it may or may not have for the policy owner.

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No. Speeding tickets are issued to the driver not the vehicle.


yes they will most likely be fire but it depends on the school district


Tickets are issued to people not cars. If you get a ticket while driving someone else's car, it only affects their insurance costs if you are a listed driver on their policy. The ticket is for the driver.


If that's the case, the driver driving alone(on permit) will get his/her permit suspended until age 21. If the driver has a license, nothing is going to happen. Just have to pay for the ticket.


The fact that a driver gets a speeding ticket has nothing to do with the owner of the car(unless it's the speeders.) The vehicle owner's insurance company will never know about the ticket, but your's will (or your parents) if you're a minor and insured under your parent's insurance. However, if there's a reportable accident involved with the speeding ticket, then the owner of the vehicle,(I'm speaking only for New York State, not sure about others), will be considered responsible for the accident, since the insurance company will now know, but the speeding goes with the driver.


If you are with someone that is teaching you how to drive I think that is the person who gets the ticket.


That will depend on who issued the ticket for speeding. And it is likely to be two separate tickets. Each jurisdiction gets to set their own penalties.



You will not get points, however, it will be on your record for some period of time. Make sure you pay the ticket, because you will get your license suspended if you don't.


if the passenger has a drivers license he gets the ticket but if he hasnt had a drivers license the driver gets the ticket.


The driver, even if the owner is different.



That will depend on who issued the ticket for speeding. And most automatically double the fine in a construction zone. Each jurisdiction gets to set their own penalties.


depends on the age of the offender. if the person is 16 years or older then they get the ticket, if the person is 15 or younger then the driver gets the ticket.


theywill go to joovi with out a adult in car with licence


If a person who is licensed in Utah gets a speeding ticket in Minnesota, and does not want to fight the ticket, they should mail a check for the fine to the address given on the back of the ticket. If the fine is not known, the person can call the phone number on the back of the ticket and ask what the fine is. All of this must be done before the court date given on the ticket.


can the driver of the vehicle get a ticket if the passenger is drinking beer int he car


When a 16-year old in Iowa gets a speeding ticket for 10 mph over the speed limit, they are going to have to go to court. You may lose your license for a short time of period.


Depending on where you live, in most states (possibly all) any person(s) above the age of 16 whom aren't wearing the seatbelt get the ticket, not the driver. If the person who is without seatbelt is under the age of 16, then the driver gets the ticket.


The law is different dependent on the country or state in which you live.



the driver because that is the one who is driving


The owner of the car gets the ticket. I just got a ticket two days ago while driving my mothers car that had an expired registration sticker. The ticket was for $50. It did however list me as the operator on the ticket.


In Illinois both the driver and passenger get one. In Virginia, both the driver and passenger get one.


Whether you pay a ticket or not will end up appearing on your record. If you contest a ticket in court and it gets dismissed, or you go to traffic school,the ticket should disappear from your record and not affect your insurance rates.



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