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If you receive a speeding ticket will the insurance on the car increase?

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Answered 2012-02-12 18:17:39

It depends if you receive points on your license or not. No points really doesn't affect the insurance rates, but rates will increase if you receive points on your license.

AnswerYes, a speeding ticket will most likely increase an insurance policy. Every year at renewal the motor vehicle report is run. If there is a ticket, the insurance company has the right to surcharge the policy (upwards of 15%) because of the ticket. The charge will depend on the severity of the ticket and it will only be applied at renewal. The surcharge will remain on the policy for three policy years.
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none, you can try to fight the ticket but if you were speeding you'll lose, you will receive points for a speeding ticket, as for insurance, it will probably go up a little if you insurance co finds out.


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== == In MI your insurance goes up on each and every ticket you get. Not sure about Kansas, but probably the same.


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If they find out about it then it might.


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