New York Speeding Ticket Fines

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If you were ticketed for speeding in New York you are now facing hundreds of dollars worth of fines and surcharges, not to mention potential DMV penalties. Below is a list of all the possible speeding charges ordered by their respective Vehicle and Traffic Law (VTL) Sections.

You can identify the VTL section you’re facing by looking at your speeding ticket under the part that says “section sub section”. You can also take a look at your supporting deposition (if one was issued to you).  If you are a Canadian resident who has received a speeding ticket in New York read our Speeding ticket FAQ for Quebec or Ontario drivers.

List of New York Speeding Ticket Points

In order to determine how many points are associated with your ticket, note how many miles over the speed limit the officer said you were going. Then, use this table to determine your points and fines. Next, call our office immediately for a free consult at: 1-888-883-5529. If you already have points on your license, have a CDL license or a Junior License, the penalties can be even more severe.

New York Speeding Ticket Point Table

  • 1-10 miles an hour over the speed limit =  3 points.
  • 11-20 miles per hour over the speed limit = 4 points.
  • 21-30 miles per hour over the speed limit =  6 points*.
  • 31-40 miles per hour over the speed limit = 8 points*
  • 41 mph + over the speed limit = 11 points*.
  • 11 points means that your license will be suspended.
*If you receive 6 or more points you may be subject to an additional fine known as the Driver Responsibility Assessment (DRA).

The DRA is a separate fine charged to you when you reach 6 points against your license in New York.  At 6 points you will be fined $100 each year for 3 years.  Each point that you get over 6 points is an additional $25 a year for 3 years.

How Much Will My Speeding Ticket Cost?

In addition to the DRA (where applicable), every speeding ticket carries a potential court fine and mandatory New York State surcharge. Use the table below to determine the fine associated with your ticket. Note that these fines are for first offenses. If this is your second offense or greater, the fines could be higher.

CLICK HERE - New York Speeding Ticket Costs & Fines Associated
New York VTL Section Max Fine Court Surcharge
1180 (a) Speed not reasonable and prudent $150 $88-$93
1180 (b) Speed Over State Limit
             < 10 mph over limit $150 $88-$93
             11-30 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
             > 31 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
1180 (c) Speeding in school zone (between 6:00pm and 7:00am and non school days) $88-$93
             < 10 mph over limit $150 $88-$93
             11-30 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
             > 31 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
1180 (c ) Speeding in school zone on School Days  
           < 10 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
           11-30 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
           > 31 mph over limit $1,200 $88-$93
1180- (d)-1 Speeding in zone
           < 10 mph over limit $150 $88-$93
           11-30 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
           > 31 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
1180 (d)- Speeding on a Restricted highway
           < 10 mph over limit $150 $88-$93
           11-30 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
          > 31 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
1180 (c ) Failure to Reduce Speed for vehicles with special hazards $150 $88-$93
1180 (f)  Speeding in a Work Zone
            <10 mph over limit $150 $88-$93
           11-30 mph over limit $300 $88-$93
           > 31 mph over limit $600 $88-$93
1182(1) Unauthorized speed contest (racing) $525 $88-$93

 

Note that in the Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) the points are the same but the fine schedule is different. In addition, negotiating a settlement or reduction (known as a “plea bargain”) is not permitted.

The TVB handles traffic tickets in the following areas:

  • NEW YORK CITY – All 5 Boroughs (click here for locations)
  • CITY OF ROCHESTER (click here for location)

Should I Fight My Speeding Ticket or Plead Guilty and Pay the Fine?

In most cases, it is NOT a good idea to plead guilty to the charge. Instead you can plead not guilty and fight your ticket!  Police officers and prosecutors want you to plead guilty to speeding charges because it makes their job very easy.  Pleading guilty means you give up your rights to a trial and you automatically have to pay fines, take points on your license and pay higher insurance rates.

Download the How to Fight a New York Speeding Ticket EbookPleading guilty means you throw in the towel and give up your right to fight and potentially avoid the damaging consequences of a speeding ticket when in reality you are innocent until proven guilty.  In many cases, an attorney can get you a dismissal (all charges are dropped and without fines or penalties) or a reduction in fines and points.  Here are some reasons why you should fight your speeding ticket:

  • Excessive Fines & Surcharges
  • Points on your license
  • Higher Insurance Premiums
  • Possible License Suspension & Revocation
  • Possible State Fines –  New York Driver Responsibility Assessment
  • Loss of your job (if a valid driver’s license or CDL is required)

The Benefits of Hiring An Attorney:

There are many advantages of hiring an attorney.  Our mission at The Rosenblum Law Firm is to get your ticket dismissed or minimize the damage that a speeding ticket in New York can cause you.  We work toward that goal in every case we handle.  Hiring an attorney to handle your case significantly increases your chances of getting a better outcome in your matter.  We can offer you:

  • A specific strategy for your case and tailor it to the court where your speeding ticket is being handled.
  • A low flat rate to take care of your case; you will not pay more than the price you are quoted.
  • We offer experienced representation by a licensed professional to give you advice, defend you, negotiate on your behalf (if applicable) and/or take your case to trial.
  • In most cases, you do not have to spend your day in court. You don’t have to waste time and money driving to court and waiting around for hours for your case to be heard.

Hiring us is fast and simple. Call us at 888-883-5529 for a free consultation. We’ll process your payment, you upload your tickets and sign our Waiver of Representation Form online, and we’ll do the rest.

 

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1,760 thoughts on “New York Speeding Ticket Fines

  1. Susan Shanahan

    I posted a question yesterday. It was in moderation, but it seems to be gone? Cortland County, Marathon got speeding ticket for 75 in a 65 on I-81, deposition states “PASSING LANE, ACTUAL 93/65”. Not sure how this type of situation will be handled in terms of points/fees, as ticket itself says defendant speed: 75 in 65 mph zone. I have a clean record.

  2. Steve Espinoza

    I was clocked at 60mph in 25mph school zone I am 17 and this is my first ticket in Westchester NY. Not sure what to do

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      You are facing an 8 point ticket that will result in a significant amount of penalities, assessment fees, insurance impacts, and potential suspensions. I strongly suggest you contact us for a free consultation to discuss this in further detail.

  3. Habibjon

    Hi I got ticket for speeding 40 in a 30 mph how much ticket cost and how many points I was driving 40 but radar is showing 47

  4. Shannon

    I received a speeding ticket in a work zone. I was following the flow of traffic and a car passed me in the left lane so I thought the cop was going for him but he got me and said I was doing 60 in a 35. He advised me to plead not guilty which I intend to do. Does the DA handle this or is it best to get your own attorney?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Shannon – Where did the violation occur? It is best to consult with an experienced traffic ticket attorney about this ticket. Fines are doubled in a work zone and you are facing 6 points, a $300 Driver Assessment surcharge fee, and a significant auto insurance increase.

  5. Anthony

    How much to fight a ticket in NY. I live in Connecticut. It was 72 in a 50. I have not had a ticket in many years and a clean record. Bro I get points and does it go on my record because I live in Connecticut

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Anthony – If you plead guilty to this ticket, it would appear on your record in Connecticut which can cause a steep increase in insurance rates. We can help you fight the ticket to reduce the points, fines and impact to your driving record. You may contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  6. Miranda R

    I received a ticket for going 83mph in 65mph on the NYS Thruway. My court is in Wheatland town in the county of Monroe. I’m from NYC and was leaving Buffalo to head home on Mothers Day. It was sunny and bright, I didn’t notice I was over 80 when I got pulled over just after 9am in the morning. I pleaded not guilty to the ticket and I’m waiting for their response on the court date to fight it, because I have a clean record and don’t want to have points or my insurance raised. Would I be able to have someone represent me? It’s a 6hour drive to go there.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Miranda – We can actually fight the case on your behalf without you having to appear in court. Please call our firm at 888-434-0406 for a free consultation.

  7. Ravi Nallan

    Hi I got a ticket for sppeding going on 85 in 65mph limit.This is my first ticket.Is there any way i could waive it.or how much would be the fine ?

  8. Manas Chakraborty

    I got a speeding ticket in Warsaw, NY for speeding 57 in a 30mph. When asked by the police office I said I was going 35-40, but the officer say that the radar reading is 57. How much point and fine will it be? Should I plead guilty or not? A response is very much appreciates.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Manas – You are facing a 6 point ticket that carries a fine of $393, an asssessment fee of $300, and a substantial impact on insurance. I suggest you plead not guilty to help avoid / mitigate these consequences.

  9. Betty

    I am 17. Have senior license got speed ticket of 73 in a 45. Got in accident hit a tree. What am I looking at

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Betty – if you have a standard license you are facing a 6 point ticket that carries subtantial fines, penalties, and insurance impacts. We suggest you fight this ticket to avoid these serious consequences.

  10. Andy

    Hi, we were around steuben county, and in the left lane when a unmarked police vehicle started to ride our tail aggressively. As a result, we sped up so we could merge onto the right lane away from him. Once in the right lane, he flashed his lights and pulled us over. He clocked us at 86 in a 65 mph zone – we were just previusly in a 70 mph zone. He also then pulled us over near an exit, and once he realized that he did (he realized this maybe 20 seconds into talking to us) he started to berate us for pulling over there – even though that was where he flashed his sirens. He then claimed to have flashed his sirens a mile away – even though we clearly did not see them, nor was he near us. Additionally, a mile away, the speed limit was 70, even though he clocked us in the 65 zone.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Andy – I suggest you fight this 6 point violation as it carries substantial fines ($393), assessment charges ($300), and insurance implications. You may contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  11. Casy Sinclair

    I was going 85 in a 55 and got a speeding ticket. I was going 85 in a 65 and I began to slow down for the 55 and the cop was waiting after the sign change. What do i do? I need my license. And I’m 17

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Casy – please let us know the location of this incident so we may advise you further. Generally speaking, you are facing a 6 point ticket that will result in significant consequences if not addressed.

  12. John Lombardo

    Hello,

    I received a speeding ticket today in Chesterfield, NY for going 86 in a 65, so 21 mph over. The fine will be quite incredible but I am not concerned about that. I am concerned about the points. My license is registered in New Jersey but I received this ticket in New York. I am unsure how the point transfer system works between states but this driving offense is worth 6 points in New York and 3 in New Jersey. I am unsure if I should contest this ticket as there was no way I was going 21 over, but at the same time would it just be better to pay the fine and get whatever points and not have to deal with driving almost 5 hours North at some random point next month just to be convicted as guilty and have it all be a huge waste of time?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      John – A) I suggest you contest this ticket as it does carry substantial fines ($393), assessment fees ($300), and insurance implications; B) New Jersey will transfer 2 points for any out of state moving violation; C) If you hire an attorney, you will not need to appear in court to fight your ticket.

  13. Adin Vera

    I was driving by 287 south from connecticut to Pennsylvania. I was stoped by an officer and him tell me that i was driving 78 on a zone of 55. It was before the Tappan Zee Bridge. I dont know how much it could be as a fine. How it can affect me and what kind of fine i go to get?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Adin – You are facing a 6 point ticket that carries a maximum fine of $393, along with a $300 driver responsibility assessment fee. The violation will likely impact your insurance rates as well.

  14. Tonmoy Bhagawati

    Hello,

    At 5:20 am on 4/23/2016, I received a UTT for driving at 54 mph in a 30 mph, in the Wyoming county under Warsaw Police Department. I was looking a restroom for my mother. This is my first experience, so I would like to know :
    1. Do I plead guilty or not guilty ?
    2. If I plead guilty, what will be the consequences ? How many points will I get and how much will be the fine?
    3. If I plead not guilty, will I have to show up in court ? I live in Pennsylvania.
    4. If I let you fight it, how much will it cost me?

    Please help.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      1. I suggest you plead not guilty to avoid the points & penalties. 2. Pleading guilty will result in a $393 fine, $300 assessment charge, and a significant impact on your insurance rates. 3. You will likely not have to attend court if you hire an attorney. 4. Our fees can be discussed – you may reach us at 888-883-5529.

  15. Yisroel

    I received a ticket for going 80 in a 65 mph zone on the 390 in Cohocton in Steuben County. I am from New Jersey and there is no charge or points printed on the ticket how do I find this out and should I plea guilty or is there a way to fight it. How much would your services charge?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Yisroel – This is a 4 point ticket in the state of New York with a maximum court fine of $393. There would also be 2 points imposed on your New Jersey license, resulting in an increase in your insurance rates. I suggest you plead Not Guilty and fight the case to reduce the points and fines associated with this ticket.

  16. Jamel wright

    Hello. I revived a ticket in Gennese County seven years ago for doing 88 in a 65. I’m am conflicted on pleading guilty or not guilty because I do not live in the state anymore. The ticket was seven years ago, would pleading guilty at this point in time give me points on my license if it is already suspended and I am looking to get it restored. I would hate to have those points on my license for a ticket so old.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Jamel – I suggest you contact the court for guidance as to the current status of your ticket. The violation would take effect from the violation date, not the conviction date.

  17. josh victory

    i got a seeding ticket in nys on tanocic pkway for 80 mph in a 55 speed zone
    whats the story if I plead guilty????

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Josh, you are currently facing a 6 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $393 and a driver’s assessment fine of $300. Your insurance will also increase by 20 to 25 percent for 3 to 5 years. We suggest pleading not guilty. If you have any further questions or would like to find out more about having your penalties reduced to minimum, please contact us. You can reach us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  18. Simone

    My cousin is hearing impaired. He was driving in Staten Island, NY doing 80 in a 30 zone. What would you suggest for his case??

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Moe, the information you provided is not sufficient enough to provide you with the correct assistance. Please provide the location where the ticket was received.

  19. Moataz

    I just got aspeeding ticket for driving 75 on 40 mph on my way to the jfk airport. Im from NJ
    I was in hurry coz i was late for my mom. But still not sure that was my speed.
    Thats the first time to get a ticket or get pulledover by cops.
    Anyadvice ??

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hi Moataz, you are looking at an 8 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $693 and driver’s assessment fine of $450. The points do transfer to your NJ license which will cause your insurance to increase 20 to 25 percent for 3 to 5 years. We suggest pleading not guilty. If you would like more information about having your penalties reduced to the minimum please contact us at 888-883-5529.

  20. Muhammad sheroz

    Hello
    I was just given a ticket for going 89 on 65 in chennago town in broome county.but i live in Brooklyn
    i asked to the officier how many points i get and he said, judge will tell u about the points
    Section is 1180D
    Can u tell me about this ticket plz

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Muhammad, you are currently facing a 6 point ticket. You are also looking at a maximum court fine of $393 and a driver’s assessment fine of $300. Your insurance rates will also increase substantially. We suggest pleading not guilty. If you have any more questions regarding the ticket please contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  21. Jake

    Hello so I got a ticket for passing a car doing 89 in a 55 I was heading southbound and was passing a car when I saw headlights coming northbound toward me I speed up to get around car and avoid collision. Unfortunately the car that was heading towards me was a new york state trooper. This was in Palmyra ny. Will I lose my license? I have a cdl but don’t use at work id like not to lose it. This is my first ticket. Is this fight able or should I throw in the towel.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hi Jake, doing 34mph over the limit could cause your license to be suspended. This is also an 8 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $693 and a driver’s assessment fine of $450. Your insurance rate will also increase for 3 to 5 years. We suggest pleading not guilty. If you would like to find out more information about maintaining your license and reducing your penalties to the minimum, please contact us. We could be reached for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  22. patrick Lane

    hello … I just got caught on the highway doing 86 in a 50… in Staten island NY.. if i’m correct I will be subject to 8 points on my license and a driver assessment fee… plus the ticket fees… is there anything you can do to help? please email at your earliest convenience.. thanks

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Patrick, that is correct you are looking at an 8 point ticket with a $688 maximum court fine and a driver’s assessment fine of $450. We suggest pleading not guilty. Please contact us for a free consultation to find out what we can do in terms of having your ticket reduced. We can be reached at 888-883-5529.

  23. Qifan Zheng

    I just got a speeding ticket a hour ago, that showing me that I was speeding about 17 MPH , the officer told me it gonna be fines and takes 4 points away. However, funny thing is the officer, told me I was only speeding about 7 MPH , which is 10MPH difference between the ticket and his words. One is acceptable for me to plead pay the fine. ( I dont really wanna spend to many time on it) , The another one is UNACCEPTABLE.
    Now I just want to know how can I fight for my own right.
    BTW, there was a car in front of me before I got caught , and that car was much more faster than I did.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Qifan, getting clocked for 17mph over the limit is a 4 point ticket. This is a $393 maximum court fine. We suggest you plead not guilty. If you would like to find out more information about how you could fight this ticket, please contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  24. Dave

    Hi – I was given a ticket on I-90 for going 88 in a 65. The ticket states “Veh in left lane, speed 86, increased to 88, and then slowed”. First off, I’m pretty sure I was not going this fast. When the officer pulled me over I said “I’m Sorry, I didn’t know I was going so fast…it was not intentional”. The ticket was issued at Location code 0651, and the court appearance is scheduled for Brutus Town Court. Should I please guilty or not guilty?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Dave,you are looking at a 6 point ticket. This ticket has a maximum court fine of $393 and driver’s assessment fine of $300. Your insurance rates will rise by 20 to 25 percent for 3 to 5 years. We suggest pleading not guilty.

  25. Anand

    Hello ,

    I got a speeding ticket . I was travelling at 42 MPH in 30 MPH speed zone.
    Its in albany NY. This is my first ticket .
    How much fine and points i will get?
    Is there a way to get escape with 0 points and limited fine?

  26. Hamza Abbasi

    I got a ticket for driving 98 mph on a 55 zone in Wyoming County, NY. Code 1180B.
    Please tell me my options, do I need a lawyer? What happens if I plea guilty? and what happens if I plea not guilty? this is my first ticket ever.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hi Hamza, driving 43mph is an 11 point ticket. This means your license will be suspended. You will also receive maximum court fines of $693 and driver’s assessment of $675. We suggest you plead not guilty. Please contact us to find out how we can assist with having your ticket reduced to minimum penalties. We are able to be reached at 888-883-5529.

  27. John

    Hi I was going 89 in a 55 on Rt 104 in Webster NY I was wondering if there is a chance I could get it to 0 points

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      John, while I need more facts about your case to give you an accurate assessment of potential results, 8 point tickets are rarely reduced to 0 point parking tickets.

  28. Samuel

    Hi,
    my friend got a speeding fine at 81 mph in a 65 mph zone in New York State. She’s Canadian and she’s 20 years old. How much will be the fine if she pleads guilty?

    Thanks in advance.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Samuel, your friend is looking at 4 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $393. The points will transfer to license causing her insurance to raise by 20 to 25 percent for 3 to 5 years. We suggest she pleads not guilty. You can have her call for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hi Claudio, this is a 6 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $393 and a driver’s assessment fine of $300. We suggest pleading not guilty.

  29. chelsey

    i got a ticket 2 weeks ago going 85 in a 65mph zone in a town in nys after leaving pa . i pleaded not guilty and scared i wont afford a high fine ticket and i dont want points on my liscene . if i did how much would it be for a ticket like that

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Chelsey – you are facing a 4 point ticket that carries a fine of $393, along with an impact on your insurance rates. Should you wish to discuss further, you may contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  30. Sarah

    I just got a 55 in a 30. Coming out of the village of northville. And I’m pretty sure there is no speeding sign. I have a previous speeding ticket from 56 or 7 years ago. What will the fine be? Can it be reduced? What is the attorney fee be?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Sarah – you are facing a 6 point ticket that carries a fine of $393, along with an assessment charge of $300. This ticket will also increase your insurance rates. If you want this ticket reduced, you must plead not guilty and contest it.

  31. Gabriel

    Hello, about 4 months ago I got a ticket for doing 83 in a 55 on the taconic. The officer gave me a ticket for speeding, one for front tinted windows, and one for rear tinted windows. How much of a fine can i expect? I have no other points on my license. Could my license get suspended? Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Gabriel, with the speeding ticket you are facing a 6 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $393 and a driver’s assessment fine of $300. The tinted windows could cost as mush as $80 per window with no points. You should remove the tints as soon as possible. If you would like to find out more information about having your speeding ticket reduced, please contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  32. Arlette

    I have a clean record but today I got a ticket for speeding. I was going 93 on a 55 zone. What are my consequences?

  33. jeff Trojanowski

    My son was caught speeding, 93 in a 65, if you are retained would he have to be present in court

  34. Robyn Moore

    Hello,

    I am an IL resident and was stopped in NY for speeding in a rental car. I was ticket for going 79 in a 65. Is it worth pleading Not Guilty? I will not be able to come back for a trial. What are the potential fees associated with pleading Guilty or Not Guilty?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      A guilty plea to this 4 point ticket will have a maximum fine of $393, along with an impact on insurance. Pleading not guilty will help mitigate / avoid these consequences.

  35. Dan

    I was pulled over for going 55 in a 40. This is a first time offense and money is super tight for me as I am a college student working minimum wage. What can I do? I can’t afford to pay a ticket and I can’t afford for my car insurance to go up. Please help.

  36. Jeannie

    Received a speeding ticket yesterday for driving 96 on a 65 MPH zone in westmoreland, NY from NY State police. How much will be the total fines if I plea guilty? How much if I hiring you guys ?

  37. Justin T

    Hello,
    I just recently moved to CT right about the same time I received my NYS license. I work in Manhattan 5 days a week and I do a lot of traveling from my home to work. I didn’t have the time to go to the DMV to notify the change of address after I bought the car to do the traveling from and to work. On March 15, 2016 I was stopped on my way to work and given 3 tickets. One for not notifying the DMV for my change of address. The other two the officer claims I was going 93 mph at a 55 mph zone and lost control of my vehicle when switching lanes when he stopped me. I know I was driving at the right speed in a 55mph zone driving at 93mph would mean the officer would have to chase me in order to stop me and give me the ticket. How much would you charge to help me fight these tickets? I just recently received my license and would hate for these tickets to cause me any damaging consequences.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Justin, your speeding ticket alone is an 8 point ticket with a maximum court fine of $693 and a driver’s assessment fine of $450. Failure to change address is a fine of $75. Your other ticket will be additional points and fines and will cause your license to be suspended. We suggest pleading not guilty. To find out about our rates and how we could have your tickets reduced to minimum, please contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  38. scottd

    today was was pulled over for doing 53 in a 30 in yonkers ny. I have to admit, I wasn’t paying attention and didn’t notice how fast I was going After 8 years of driving, this is my first ticket and first offensive ever. What will be the best way to go about this? How many points and what would the cost be? Should I plead not guilty even though I don’t have an excuse that I wasn’t speeding? I don’t want any points on my license since I kept it clean for so long.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Hello Scott, you are looking at a 6 point ticket. You are also facing a maximum court fine of $393 and a driver’s assessment fine of $300. Your insurance rates will increase by 20 to 25 percent for 3 to 5 years. We suggest pleading not guilty. If you would like to find out about having your penalties reduced to bare minimum, please contact us for a free consultation at 888-883-5529.

  39. Austin

    Hey I am 20 and I just got my 2 ticket and this is my 1st speeding ticket I was going 73 in a 55 is there any way I can reduce it if I live in sand lake?