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Photo tickets increase auto insurance?

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2011-01-15 04:55:26
2011-01-15 04:55:26

Photo tickets are considered a moving violation. Moving violations will increase your auto insurance premiums if you are found guilty. When you pay the fine associated with your photo ticket, you are admitting guilt. If you go to court and fight the ticket, you can request traffic school. Going to traffic school or fighting the ticket are the only two ways to prevent an increase in your insurance rates.

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