Did you know? – Vol. 12.12
Did you know that a ticket stays on your driving record for 3 years?
Yes, it’s true. If you receive a ticket, it stays on your driving record for 3 years from the conviction date (NOT the date that you received the ticket)and may see higher insurance rates as a result for the 3 years. That doesn’t mean you should be overpaying for insurance! Each insurance company determines its own rates and the rates vary by hundreds even thousands of dollars.
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