If you have a very old ticket in New York, first go to the closest(or any) Department of Motor Vehicle Office and request a driver's license check. You will need to have a form of ID to verify your identity. If the ticket was never paid, it's likely your license has been suspended. If so, the suspension will indicte what court in New York the suspension came from. Once you determine the court, go on-line and type in the location, and information regarding contact numbers to the court clerk will be provided. You can also call the State Police and obtain info for the court. Then contact the court and make arrangements to pay the fine. Also, many courts issue traffic warrants for people that fail to appear. It's not a big deal, unless you get stopped with a suspended license with an outstanding warrant, which interupts your travel plus adds another violation of operatiing on a suspended license. I wouldn't drive to the local PD or State Police barracks until you know you're not suspended.
As with most states, a speeding ticket stays on the record for three years. There is little that can be done to have the record expunged.
In the state of Kentucky, the points received for a speeding ticket drop off a person's record after two years. The actual conviction stays on the person's driving record for five years.
Everything within 3 years.
In the state of Wisconsin, a conviction for a speeding ticket is eligible to be removed from a person's driving record five years after the date of the conviction. Certain alcohol related convictions remain on a person's record for 55 years in Wisconsin.
You were stopped for speeding and had no drivers license. Most likely the state will issue you a drivers license number to hold the ticket and after a few more years it will go on your license when you get one. Most likely you will not be eligible for a few more years.
In all the states I know of, the speeding ticket is forgiven after you pay the fine (you are square with the law) but the points on your license stay there until they expire (usually two years, but check for your own state).
How long a speeding ticket remains on your license depends on which state you live in. Your local DMV can tell you how many years your driving record covers. If the ticket is unpaid, it will show on the record until it's taken care of and the DMV will suspend your license. As for whether whether NY will find out about it, traffic infractions follow your license; they're not confined to any one state.
The industry standard is 3 years
you can be locked up for 19 years
over 9000 years
The statute of limitation for unpaid speeding tickets in Texas is two years. It does not mean that unpaid speeding tickets can not be prosecuted.
The answer will vary depending on which state you received the ticket. Speaking for NY, the ticket remains on your driving record for 18 months. However, if you never answered the ticket by mailing it in or appearing in court, your license could be, and likely would be, suspended in New York. This suspension would remain indefinitely, removed only when the ticket was answered.
speeding convictions stay on your mto record for 3 years in Ontario Canada.
I got a speeding ticket in Montreal over 10 years ago and didn't pay it - will I be able to return there without paying it?
If it's a simple speeding ticket, and doesn't carry any criminal charges such as reckless endangerment, there's no need to worry about it. If you've only gotten one speeding ticket in 15 years, you're doing pretty well for yourself.
It is relevant to your state insurance laws. Contact your agent!
they say 3 years but insurance companys will always use it against you even if they say there not
Seven years or until expungement.
In Ohio it stays on for 3 years.
Yes. If you have not paid the ticket, the court has found you guilty and entered the judgment on the books. There is no statute of limitations once you have been charged and given notice to appear (the ticket).