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Will a speeding ticket in Alabama affect your license in Georgia?

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2008-05-06 09:07:18

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

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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.


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A speeding ticket in Tennessee can affect your South Carolina driving license. South Carolina can choose to fine the driver, or suspend their license.


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yes the points will be assessed. you have to mail the money to the different state/county/whatever or you might be able to do it online by credit card. i think it affects your insurance same as if you were speeding in your state.


It is important to drive the safe speed limit that is posted. A speeding ticket in Florida will add points to a North Carolina license.


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Your driving privileges will be suspended in Tennessee for starters. More than likely, Alabama will hear of your DUI and will suspend your license.


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It does not. Unless a state/province has an agreement to share information, which few have, they will not know of the speeding ticket such as in Ontario Canada.


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yes it wil it will go on you record In addition if it is 15mph or more over the speed limit NC will suspend your license.


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Yes it will. The points system is affected nationwide and thus, regardless of where you go, unless the jurisdiction prevents out-of-state points to affect the driver's license (which Kentucky does not), it will affect your driving record as well as your insurance points.


It depends on your state as to whether or not they will still have a license. In Georgia they would loose the license. As far as insurance rate it will definitely have a bad effect.


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