For starters, it depends on wether or not the investigating officer actually witnessed the accident because in Alabama (I'm a cop here) we can't issue tickets at accident scenes unless we watch the crash happen. My guess is that if the guy had insurance at all, the provider will cancel his policy and refuse to pay for damages as soon as they find out he was suspended. As for a crimianl penalty for running the red light and speeding, this would have to be proved in court for any fine or sentence to be handed down. Can this be done ? Is anyone pursuing this ? I don't know, but going from experience, my guess is that you were hit by this guy. The reality is : Nothing will probably happen to him other than the cancellation of his insurance which he prob. didn't have anyway. Maybe the cop wrote him a No Insurance ticket, which is the only citation other than DUI we can write at wreck scenes and the court costs will run about $140. Good luck
You pay $6 for a speeding ticket in Alabama. Dueces!!!! Dont forget to watch the 60 seconds show.
if your license has been suspended in a state for speeding tickets unpaid, then yes you can get another license as long as you have a permanent address of residency in the state you are trying to acquire the license.. if you have had it suspended because of drug, alcohol or other reasons then no.. some states won't do it either way.. you just have to be smart..
yes, they do.
As of 2013, a person who has a suspended drivers license in Alabama and moves to Georgia cannot get a drivers license there. They have to take care of the drivers license in Alabama first.
revocation of your license
3 speeding tickets in a year in Alabama means a mandatory court appearance. Non-appearance will lead to driver's license suspension.
Alabama does report speeding tickets to the state which the person receiving the ticket is licensed in. If you can take care of the matter in Alabama, by paying any fines or other requirements, you may be able to get the ticket dismissed so that it doesn't affect you in Georgia.
No, you cannot, until the suspension period imposed by Alabama is expired.
You are only allowed one license at a time. You already have one in Alabama.
== == NO, but it WILL affect your car insurance costs.
Well my fine was $350 dollars plus court cost.
NO! Once your license is suspended in one state, it is also suspended in all other states.
The fine for a speeding ticket in Alabama for going 68 in a 55 miles per hour zone is $164.00. A ticket for improper passing in Alabama is also $164.
That would not be allowed. You cannot hold a license in more than one state at a time, and a suspended license counts.
Depends on traffic and depends if there is a accident.
Your driving privileges will be suspended in Tennessee for starters. More than likely, Alabama will hear of your DUI and will suspend your license.
Alabama will report the ticket and the violation to the Georgia DMV. If there are enough points on the GA teens license he could lose it because of that.
Very numerous and very long, can you please be more specific?
speeding ticket in alabama 15mph over speed limit
Reinstating a suspended license, in Montgomery, Alabama, will cost $125. In addition to any other fees. The $125 must be paid before the license is reinstated.
He violated Bear Bryant's "no alcohol" policy and that was his punishment.