Save up to 75%
Get a Free Insurance Quote Now!
Auto Insurance and Out of State Speeding Tickets
There was a time, a few years back, when drivers weren't required to report speeding tickets received out of state. That is no longer the case. Now out of state driving infractions show up on your insurance. Ever since 2005 states have adopted uniform means of reporting traffic violations. So, if you get a ticket in another state, it will show up on your home-state driving record. How It Works Here's what happens when you get a ticket in another state:
- The infraction is reported to your state of residence.
- All points are assessed and the points are added to your existing driving record.
- Any time that you renew your insurance policy or attempt to get a new policy the violations will show up on your record and you could face an increase in rates, charged additional fees, or even denied coverage.