Reciprocity means that just as we would not like to be killed, robbed, abused and so forth, so would all other living beings not like to have these things happen to them. One can put this principle of reciprocity quite simply by saying "do not act towards others in a way which you would not want them to act towards you". Given these principles of equality and reciprocity, it is not hard to see how they stand behind, how they create the foundation for the rules of good conduct.
If you're referring to concealed carry reciprocity, yes.
All US states and possessions honor each other's requests for extradition.
Probably nothing,if it were a minor offense, like a parking ticket. You'll get a notice in the mail wanting you to pay up, regardless of the offense. Of course if you get pulled over in that state again and they run (which they usually do) your license info. You could go to jail until you have a hearing and pay the fine,or get bonded out. States have different laws, some states or municipalities are very strict and aggressive in collecting fines, others not so much.AnswerCheck and see if your state has reciprocity with the offending state Most states have reciprosity agreements which allow them to exchange data with one another. Say you got a ticket for 82 miles per hour in a 55 MPH zone in New York and you didn't show for trial or pay the fine. When you go to renew your license in, lets say, New Jersey, you will have to pay a fine or penalty to get your NJ license. There COULD be a warrant issued for your arrest (any states) in that state (NY).AnswerYour license will be suspended in that state and will be unlawful to drive in any state.