What are the odds of a South Carolina speeding ticket showing up on my insurance?

What are the odds of a South Carolina speeding ticket showing up on my insurance?

If shown up how long? I recieved a ticket in Myrtle Beach, 64/45. I am from NC. If it does go up estimates on how much? I turn 18 in 5 days dont know what that will do. First ticket also.

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hellyaellen

yes it's going to show up on your insurance. it will stay on your record for i think 5 years. and your ins is going to go up. how much depends on the company.Source(s):former speeder

WestTex

Chances are that there won't law enforcement actively looking for you since they have bigger fish to fry. However, many years from now, if you happened to be driving through NC again and are to be stopped for another traffic ticket, you'll definitely be arrested since the ticket is still on the books. Pay the fine now before it causes you problems down the road. The longer you wait, the higher the fine may go since many jurisdictions start adding more penalties for delinquent tickets. The longer you wait, the more expensive it's going to be for you.Also, states do share traffic information with each other. My guess is that SC & NC do share that information and your auto insurance rate will also be impacted. Some states will not allow auto insurance, drivers licenses or auto registration to be renewed if there are outstanding tickets.They'll get you one way or the other and thar ain't no way you're going to beat it. The arm of the law is very long and can reach you just about anywhere you go in the U.S.

dodge

it may take a while for it to show up ,even if it does,sometimes they don't,they will forget to add them,but most of its done by computer now days,so time wise i cant tell you, in Tennessee where i live at its around 30 days,it may be that or less,all you can do is wait and see if it actually does,good luck on it.Source(s):been a certified mechanic for 37 yrs.

logie

pay the ticket if you haven't already and don't worry. you're from out of state.

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