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Will speeding in NC affect your license or insurance in WV?

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2007-09-25 02:40:59
2007-09-25 02:40:59

Most likely it will affect both.

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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.


Yes, it can affect your Virginia license. And it can affect your insurance rates as well.


if ny reports it to nc it will. NC cooperates with almost all the states.


The ticket will be reported to NC and treated just as if you received the ticket in NC as it applies to your insurance rates so the answer is yes.


States routinely share information about traffic violations. Your ticket will be reported in NC and you will like get points and an increase in your insurance.


If you are convicted of a traffic offense in NC, the info will be sent to Florida. Florida will then assess your driver license the points on the violation. If you fail to take care of the ticket, NC will notify Florida who will then suspend your license until the NC ticket is taken care of. Both states are members of the Interstate Driver's License Compact.


Yes it will. If the ticket is for more than 15 over the speed limit NC will suspend your license. You can hire a Florida ticket clinic to handle it for you.


The accumulation of ANY points on your license will be an excuse for them to raise your rates, especially if you are under 25 YOA.


You will need to contact your agent or policy services dept for the answer to your question.



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.


that will probly be two separate charges, but in nc an average speeding ticket with a lawyer for myself was 210 and he appeared in court for me and paid the fine.



If the insurance company will insure the car, there's no law against it. However, it won't be covered if YOU drive it with a 'dead' license.



A person can pay an unpaid speeding ticket at the courthouse in the county the ticket was given in. If the person has missed the court date, their license may be revoked for non payment.


speeding ticket in onslow co nc 80 in a 55= $290.00


Well it's not a moving violation which is good. I would still pay the ticket the only thing it will affect is your ability to register a car in NY. If we were talking about a moving violation then I would say yes, it can affect you insurance. If you don't pay it will continue to grow and you will owe the state of NY a great deal of money.


In North Carolina it is a 3 year turn around. I live in NC and have had no point on my license but had 3 point on my insurance. It come off after 3 years.


Yes. Since points are added based on speed and type of violation, and not the location of the violation. The points are based off NC system, though, not VA system.


The only reason I can think of where you might lose your license is if you have a hardship license so that you can drive to school. Otherwise, if you have a good driving record and insurance, you should be fine.


Yes, it will. These two states belong to the the Interstate Drivers License Compact. All members of the Compact automatically share information regarding moving violations by a non-resident driver with the state of the residence of the driver. Driver's license and insurance points will be assessed against the driver just as if the violation had occurred in the state of residence. Presently the Driver's License Compact consists of 45 states and the District of Columbia. States not included are Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee and Wisconsin. Actually it will not. Pennsylvania does not post out of state traffic tickets to your record so there will be no points against your license. However, the NC ticket may require a mandatory court appearance.


No, it won't. Moving violation from one state to the other have no demerit points. However, it doesn't mean that you don't have to pay the ticket. All states use interstate DL violations system, meaning, that your license will suspended in your state even if you had a ticket in another, which, you haven't paid.


Can you get your license back if you have a warrant for your arrest in NC


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