You're insurance should not go up if this is your first time and as long as you pay the ticket. But you can contact your insurance company and find that out with them
== == In MI your insurance goes up on each and every ticket you get. Not sure about Kansas, but probably the same.
I was going 76 in a 55 and my speeding ticket was $175.
get a lawyer, or your insurance will go way up
The speeding ticket itself is a factor as well as the amount of speed you were going. Basically, if you get a ticket for speeding, your rates will go up. In some states, they can't up your insurance if you take a traffic course in driver safety through the state, providing you take the course in response to the ticket. Nor can they increase your rates if you take the ticket to court and win your case.
just the one ticket? most insurance companies excuse 1 speeding ticket in three years.
You were going too fast and exceeding the limit set for that road.The speeding ticket will show exactly what speed you were travelling.
The amount of a speeding ticket for going over 16 miles in Ohio will depend on the city. The ticket could be for as much $200 in some places.
depends on how fast you were going.
The speeding ticket can cost $250, depending on taxes and fees. As many as 4-5 points can be applied, depending on if the state will offer classes to lower it. Yes, the insurance will be affected, and probably raised.
Pay the ticket. They probably have a website you can use to pay the fine.
The cost of the speeding ticket depends on how fast the driver was going, and it depends on the speed limit for the area.
If you got a ticket for it, the insurance companies always seem to think it's a speeding violation unless you're cleared in court.AnswerThe fact that you were going 10 mph OVER the speed limit would constitute speeding. The fact that it was in a school zone usually makes it a little worse, since there are usually extra signs and warnings advertizing what the speed limit is. If you received a ticket for the offense, it will probably be counted by your insurance company.