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If you got a ticket for speeding 95 in a 55 MPH zone and only have one other ticket on your record what is the worst that can happen?

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2011-04-18 17:39:21
2011-04-18 17:39:21

You might have to give up your license. They might take it away. Depending on the state you live in.

AnswerYou may lose your license and have your auto insurance cancelled.

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