If you get a speeding ticket and you are 18?

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  • If you get a speeding ticket and you are 18?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 12:10
Plain old speeding, you just have to pay the fine, unless you choose to go to court to plead not guilty.
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Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 13:12
If the ticket says you can pay it then you can feel free to pay the ticket, which is pleading guilty to the crime. On the other hand at some point you are going so fast in most states they would require you to stand before the Judge, and then the ticket would say so.
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Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 21:03
i think you'll have to appear at court. but really depends on the state where you got the ticket. if this is your first ticket, you will be eligible for traffic school, so your insurance will not increase as long as you don't get anymore tickets. search for traffic school answers 2013 to find a site with the traffic school exam reviewer as well as a review of an online traffic school. best of luck. i hope you learned your lesson and not speed in the future. the more tickets you get the higher your insurance will be. thats an easy way to go broke.
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Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 04:56
There is a driver betterment course that some states offer to those that get speeding tickets and other similiar tickets that add points to your drivers record.You take the course and any points that were added to your record will be wiped clean.You still have to pay the ticket but at least the points won't be there anymore.
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Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 05:00
Depends upon the state and how fast over the limit you were traveling. Option #1: Some states mandate that the offender appear in court for extreme violations. Option #2: Other states allow you to plead guilty over the phone and mail in your fine (money order). I took option #2 because I was guilty and manned up - happened about 30 years ago. Cheaper than paying an attorney $200 / hr to appear in court for me to pay a $65 fine. Call the court for better info.
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