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.
Zero. The ticket shows but no points assessed.
Yes, states share this information.
yes I don't believe this response is correct as the state of Ohio does not assess points for out of state speeding violations.
Yes, unless you gave the officer a Virginia license. If you showed him a Florida license, points will be added to you in florida.
No. As long as your license is valid you will not be given any more points than usual on a ticket for having an out of state license. You will simply receive points as normal.
Yes. See if you can take traffic school to get it reduced before it hits your license.
This depends entirely on state law. Some states do not even have a point system and the same speeding violation can carry different point values in different states. The clerk of court or the DMV in your home state can advise you of how a particular violation will effect your drivers license. Remember that insurance points are different from drivers license points. You may be charged an additional insurance premium for a speeding ticket even though it carriers no drivers license points. lwpat
In the state of Georgia, there will be no points added to a drivers license for no seat belt. Points are added for speeding tickets, wrecks, and other traffic infractions.