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If you got a ticket for 84 in a 65 in Georgia but you are from SC how much will this ticket cost how many points and how will it affect your insurance if it is your second speeding ticket in 4 years?

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Helping to answer "How do speeding tickets affect your car insurance?" Depending on the insurance carrier that you have, i.e. Geico, Progressive, State Farm, Allstate, your premium will increase. Points are assesed when a speeding violation is incurred. Each insurance company has a chart that will determin how much of a percentage your premium per violation. Each state is different and some will allow for points to be removed by taking a driving course. However, if the violation is still on your MVR, it may not matter that there are not any points assessed because you will still be charged an increase based on your carrier's point system. For example: You incur a speeding ticket that asseses 2 points on your MVR. You take a course to remove the points, but it is still listed on your MVR as a violation. You may still be charged an increase in premium depending on your insurance carrier. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net

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Conrtact your Insurance Agent. He can let you know what points will be assesed based on the type of ticket and the circumstances under which you were speeding.

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Points in Florida stay on your license for 3 years for insurance purposes.

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Yes it will. The points system is affected nationwide and thus, regardless of where you go, unless the jurisdiction prevents out-of-state points to affect the driver's license (which Kentucky does not), it will affect your driving record as well as your insurance points.

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As if the ticket has not networking, it should not be affected.

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The point system of insurance company's is different than DMV points. If you have a no-point speeding violation on your MVR your insurance company can still have points on your insurance records. Check with the insurance company.

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If the violation shows on your drivers transcript, the insurance company has the ability to charge a surcharge points or not. Not all motor vehicle violations carry points.

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