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If you received a speeding ticket in Virginia will it show up on your insurance and license in New Jersey?


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2006-10-17 19:08:03
2006-10-17 19:08:03

Yes. Tickets are attached to the driver, not the state in which they're issued. Failure to pay the ticket will result in you not being able to renew your license or in having it suspended.


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Yes, you get points on you license no matter what state you are in when you get a speeding ticket. You need to pay your ticket or a warrant can be issued for your arrest.

What you wrote here is not a question. I don't know what you are wanting to know about a ticket. The ticket will show up on your Virginia drivers license even though you received it in another state. As far as the status of your license that will depend on your home state.

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

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

your insurance willl increase by 2,000 pounds with 8 points on your license

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.

If it is like most states Maryland will handle it as if you are a Maryland resident. Maryland will notify Virginia DMV of your speeding, then Virginia will notify you of any points Virginia has placed against you. This may take at least 1 year.

That depends on the points that are assigned to each Virginia speeding ticket. Virginia has a 12 point system so your license is suspended if you acquire 12 points against your license. You have the option of taking the voluntary Virginia online traffic school which will put five points back on your Virginia driving record. The Virginia points system and the Virginia online traffic school information can be found at the link below.

A North Carolina speeding ticket will be reported to your home state of Virginia and you will be assessed points on your Virginia license and there will usually also be an increase in your auto insurance. A North Carolina traffic attorney might be able to keep the ticket off your record depending on the circumstances. If the ticket is form more than 15mph over the limit, your right to drive in NC would be suspended unless you get it reduced.

In the state of Ohio (& Virginia), it is the judges decision. I received 2 speeding tickets within 2 weeks of one another and the judge amended one but suspended my license for 30 days for the other and fined me a hefty charge. So I am assuming it all depends on the laws and the judge.

The increase in your insurance payments vary from company to company. Call your insurance agent, they can give you an estimate.

Yes, unless you gave the officer a Virginia license. If you showed him a Florida license, points will be added to you in florida.

Yes. Violations will follow the license no matter where they occur.

Yes, it can affect your Virginia license. And it can affect your insurance rates as well.

A speeding ticket in Virginia for doing 50 MPH in a 35 MPH zone will generally cost 75.00. You will also be responsible for court costs, and you will get points on your license. Since you were going 15 over the speed limit, you will get six points on your license.

Yes, you are generally covered if you are caught speeding in any car as long as your driver's license is valid, your insurance is up to date, and you were not intoxicated. Your insurance covers you as a driver.

Yes. If you receive a ticket in North Carolina and do not pay it, your license will be suspended in North Carolina and in the state of Virginia.

When you get a speeding ticket, generally, points are added to your license. So yes, a speeding ticket that is out of state, will still effect your license.

Insurance rates are based primarily on your personal driving habits and record, so if you receive a ticket while driving a rental car it can still be reported to your insurance company because the citing officer has your drivers license information. So in short, it is definitely possible for your insurance company to raise your rate based on a speeding ticket you received while driving a rented vehicle.

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