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Will a speeding ticket in North Carolina affect your points on a Virginia driver license?

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2011-07-03 17:29:22
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A North Carolina speeding ticket will be reported to your home state of Virginia and you will be assessed points on your Virginia license and there will usually also be an increase in your auto insurance. A North Carolina traffic attorney might be able to keep the ticket off your record depending on the circumstances. If the ticket is form more than 15mph over the limit, your right to drive in NC would be suspended unless you get it reduced.

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