Will a speeding ticket affect my insurance rates?

Will a speeding ticket affect my insurance rates?

This is my first speeding ticket and the cop claims I sped 15 mi over the 25 mph limit. If I plead guilty and pay the fine and attend traffic school, will this still be reported to my auto insurance company?

Cappo359

Traffic school will keep the points off of your license and will not cause your insurance to go up.

Simon

No one will ever know that you got a speeding ticket if you take traffic school. Also, you should research your rights before you plead guilty. I would try to contest the ticket first, and if that fails, bargain with the judge for a reduction in fines and traffic school for pleading guilty.

groverraj

YES.. they will.

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