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If you have accidents on your Illinois record is your Indiana driving record clean?


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2008-06-14 11:04:52
2008-06-14 11:04:52

NO,, They share all this information between the states now days. You driving record is your driving record no matter what state you go too.

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You don't. Your driving record is your driving record.

All accidents that you were involved in. You have to be driving the car when involved in these accidents . It does not matter if it was your fault or not. They all go on your driving record for 5 to 7 years they stay there.

A good driving record is a record that does not have any points on it. A good driving record is when a person does not have any tickets or accidents.

A clean driving record would be a record that is free from accidents, moving violations, tickets in general, and one that has no points.

Your driving record will always reflect the DUI. It is a total record of your entire driving history.

It is important to maintain a decent driving record. All accidents and mishaps stay on a person's driving record for all time.

An Abstract is a printout of your driving record for as long as the Government keeps infractions and accidents on file.

If you have a felony on your record a FOID won't be granted, regardless of driving record.

The amount of time a driving record covers varies from state to state, but all will report any tickets or accidents that occurred in that state.

Your drivers license record is forever. It is a complete history of your driving career and never 'goes away.'

Answer:I've been arrested for 100 motor vehicle accidents.

Well I'm not exactly sure, but I know in Ky. if you get a ticket in any other state and pay the fine it does not go against your points or record. You can call your local clerks office and they will be able to tell you.

If you are asking how long an accident is on your record? the answer is "forever". Your driving record never clears or expires. it is permanent. Fortunately, Most insurers only look at and consider the last 3 to 5 years of your driving record when considering coverage and premiums.

The ticket will be reflected on your driving record, regardless of where you received it. That's why you need to pay it; failure to do so could result in a suspended license.

if you received a letter by mail, it will NOT be in your record in any state because they do not know who was driving the vehicle at the time, but if you got pulled over by a cop, it may be in your records.

If they were charged as an adult, yes. As a minor, the record may be sealed.

Well in our province you lose points because of accidents you were found to be at fault for and for certain driving tickets.

The accident will show but it will be marked as a not at fault accident and should not increase your insurance rates.

Yes. The violation will be tied to the driving record which the Department of Motor Vehicles maintains.

Yes. Premiums are determined on the driving abilities of the the insured as evidenced by his driving/claims record. Four accidents are about average for a period of 20 years. Getting involved in that many accidents in such a short period of time is going to result in very high rates. MyInsuranceXpert

Your driving record is your PERMANENT driving history starting at the time you first get your license. No offenses with which you are charged over the years ever 'go away.'

It means they will take your drivers lic number and run a check at the Dept of Vehicles. You may also do this yourself for yourself at the DMV, there is a fee involved but it is nominal (usually small). The Driving Record will show any tickets accidents or special endorsements you have on your record.

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