Okay, so im 17 years old i just got my 2nd speeding ticket will my license get suspended again? or just a fine?
Okay, so im 17 years old and i just got my 2nd speeding ticket. I got my first when i was 16 and lost it until my 17th birthday. Now that im 17 i got another. Will my license get suspended again? Will i lose it until im 18? or since it's the first since i've been 17 will i just get a fine? Please let me know. thanks. I will add that the 2nd was not my fault. Speed signs were knocked over so i couldnt read them, and i guess as a joke somebody put up a 55 mph sign and it was really 35. so i got stopped for doing about 60. The cop did go back and look at the sign and removed it. but gave me a ticket anyways. so the 2nd ticket wasnt my fault.
I got a speeding ticket for going 26 mph over the speed limit in grand prairie texas can i get traffic school?
Your insurance rates really depend on your current coverage and your driving record. So there's no way to say how much your insurance will go up if you can't take traffic school. There is generally no difference between traffic school and defensive driving, but that can depend on the state. Usually, these types of courses are for ticket dismissal but there are others that may be for more severe cases such as driver's license suspension. In Texas, it's usually called defensive driving. The ability to take traffic school/defensive driving to remove points depends on state regulations. In Texas, you cannot use defensive driving to dismiss a ticket if you've done so within the past 12 months.
What do you do if you’re 18 years old and get a speeding ticket going 104 mph in a 70 mph zone in Pennsylvania and you don’t want it to be on your record and your parents finding out?
What do you do if you’re 18 years old and get a speeding ticket going 104 mph in a 70 mph zone in Pennsylvania and you don’t want it to be on your record and your parents finding out?104 in a 70? How do you still have a license? I’m not familiar with Pennsylvania law, but it must be pretty lax. At any rate, assuming this is a genuine question:You realize you’re a legal adult who made a bad decision that has consequences.If I had made the same mistake you did at eighteen, I’d have lost the car privileges, because I didn’t have a car of my own. My dad would’ve probably yelled at me. He might have tried to say something like, “You can take the car anywhere you want, but you’ll do it without opening my garage door.”At which point I probably would have opened the garage door anyway, left, and came back to find all my belongings out on the lawn.With the benefit of life experience, here’s how I’d have advised 18-year old Rob to handle his situation:Tell your parents you got the ticket, whether they own the car or not. Accept whatever discipline they mete out, so long as it doesn’t interfere with your work schedule. You’ve lost trust. Now’s the time to earn it back.If you keep this a secret from them, you’ll alienate them if they ever find out, and they probably will find out. Accept their anger and discipline now, but keep their trust.Which do you value more? Your temporary comfort, or the trust of your family? Your answer to that will tell you more about yourself than anything else.“Mom, Dad, I really messed up. I’m scared about the consequences, but I got a speeding ticket for going over a hundred miles an hour in a seventy mile-per-hour zone. I know you’re going to be disappointed in me, but I’m sorry, and I want to earn your trust again.”I don’t know your family dynamic, but whether you own your car it’s your parents’ car, tell them. You may not be obligated to tell them, but things you try to hide have a way of slithering to the surface.
How do you get a speeding ticket dismissed?
First, don't be an ass to the officer writing you the speeding ticket. The more boring and compliant you are, the more likely it is that the officer will not see you as a threat and therefore may forget about you entirely when it comes time to go to court and fight the ticket. If you tip your hand and rant and rave about how he's going to lose his badge and he's getting sued and you're going to court over this, well, obviously he or she is likely to be a lot more prepared when it comes time to go to court. Instead, politely ask the officer if he would give you a warning this time, since you never break any traffic laws and you are thankful that he's there keeping the neighborhood secure.Second, its a speeding ticket, so creating doubt should be pretty easy. How can he prove that it was specifically your car that was speeding? Do you have any witnesses? Does he have any witnesses? Adamantly declare that you were not in fact speeding and he must have the wrong car, since there were so many going by at the time. In fact, there were cars passing you and you were doing the speed limit.Third, acquire the work schedules of the police working traffic and schedule your trial for a time when the officer will be working or otherwise indesposed. This is how so-called ticket clinics work. Might not be a bad idea to hire one of these yahoos if you don't think you can pull it off. Bottom line is, go to court and contest the ticket but make sure the officer will not show up to court, and the case will be dismissed.Fourth, if possible negotiate with the prosecution. Ask for a plea deal or to attend traffic school to have the case dismissed. You may be able to avoid getting points on your license but still have to pay the fine. Points are bad, fines are not as bad.
Got first speeding ticket tonight in NH- will license be suspended?
I live in New Hampshire, and today I got my firsty ticket for speeding. I was going 55mph in a 30 mph zone. When I recieved the $100 ticket, the policeman said nothing about my license getting suspended, but when i got home my mom said it would for 30 days... if this happens i will have no way of getting to work or school. PLEASE HELP! is there anyhting I can do to make it so it doesnt get suspended? i will pay a fee or do anyyything. thanks!
Im under 18 and got a speeding ticket in Ohio?
A speeding charge will likely be reduced if you plead not guilty. At least, it was for me, and I know of others it's worked out for. Try appearing in court and see what happens. The worst that can happen is they'll find you guilty, and you'll pay. It doesn't matter what direction the cop was facing...their lasers point in both front and back...and by the time you see them, 99% of the time, they already know how fast you were going. That is not a defense. My insurance never went up with any of my tickets (I've gotten 4 in my lifetime, 3 of them before I was 19...and they were ALL reduced). They won't necessarily find out about it, so just keep your fingers crossed, and don't change insurances for at least 4 years. If they check your record...they'll find it, but I'd still say one ticket isn't much to worry about. And yeah, take it from a reformed pro....slow down. Speeding tickets are EXPENSIVE!!
What to except after gettIng caughtspeeding on 115mph on 65 speed limit and Im 17 years old?
Expect to walk, use public transportation, or find rides with friends because you won't be driving for at least 1 year. You may as well sell your car because you won't be driving for a while. Why let it depreciate sitting unused in your driveway? One thing that you have going for you is that you are a minor (less than 18 years old). This should keep you from going to jail for reckless endangerment. But expect to pay a rather large fine. Expect to pay court costs. This will be more than $1000. Expect to serve some community service. Once you get your driver's license back expect to be placed in a high risk insurance category for the next few years. You won't find an insurance company that will insure you for any kind of sporty or high performance car. Plan on buying something tame for your next car so there is a possibility of getting it insured. Maybe a small 4 cylinder (no turbo or supercharger) 4 door sedan. Expect to pay very high insurance rates for the next 5 years. You will need to maintain a squeaky clean driving record during this period. Get any moving violation traffic ticket and the clock resets. After 5 years with a squeaky clean driving record and your insurance rates will begin to go back down again. I hope it was worth it.