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2005-08-11 19:21:55
2005-08-11 19:21:55

yes the points will be assessed. you have to mail the money to the different state/county/whatever or you might be able to do it online by credit card. i think it affects your insurance same as if you were speeding in your state.


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

The car insurance in Georgia is much cheaper than the insurance in Florida. Florida has some of the highest car insurance in the nation.

Yes. Both Florida and Georgia can share information about speeding tickets and other tickets. This is to help the states communicate and also decide when to add points to licenses and on which state's driving records.

== == NO, but it WILL affect your car insurance costs.

"Will 'no contest' pleas for speeding be reported to your insurance company?" No contest or Nolo Contendere is basically the same a a guilty plea and is treated exactly the same for drivers license and auto insurance points. In most states the only difference is that the plea cannot be used against you in a civil suit. In Georgia you can use this plea once every five years and no drivers license points will be assessed but insurance points will. You would need to check the laws in your state but normally this in of no use in a speeding ticket case. lwpat

How can I get a speeding ticket. Removed from my mvr in the state of georgia

== == If you hold a Florida driver's license, a conviction in another state will NOT go on your Florida record. It WILL go on your INSURANCE record. Actually - referring to GA laws - they will report the offense back to your home state. That means it will go on your Fl driving record just as if you received the ticket in Florida. On top of that - all points will be assessed based on the Fl point system and you CANNOT take a class to wipe off the points when you receive an out of state ticket. It sucks big time. I suggest not speeding next time...i learned the hard way.

In Georgia, speeding tickets do not have a statute of limitations. You have been informed of the violation and penalty.

Couple options 1. pay the ticket 2. Go to court in Georgia and contest it. 3. If you don't do either you will most likely have a warrant out for your arrest in Georgia for failure to pay fines.

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The state of Florida is south of Georgia.

Mercury Insurance is located in California. They also write auto insurance in Florida, Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.

Florida and Georgia share a common border with each other, so you have to specify from where in Florida to where in Georgia.

No they do not. Georgia does not have reciprocity with Florida

There are no states between Georgia and Florida.

== == I'm sure that the state of Georgia has a penalty scale that goes up, the faster you were speeding.

Florida is directly south of Georgia.

Yes, and you would file in Florida because it is the "liable state" which collected employment taxes from the employer you worked for.

Well that is a hard question to answer with only the information given! What part Florida are you in and what part of Georgia do you want to go to? Florida and Georgia meet on I-75. Lake City, Florida / Lake Park, Georgia.

For a 30mph over Georgia speeding tickets there will be 4 points against your license if you are a Georgia driver. You may also have to pay the new Georgia superspeeder fine. That is not paid to the court but to the DMV and the court will not tell you about it. See the link below for more information on Georgia speeding tickets.

Georgia is definitely more populated! Florida is more populated than Georgia.

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Florida is Way Better GEORGIA More Beaches AND sunshine ; ) fLORIDA IS THE BEST

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