Yes, you can get a SPEEDING ticket for driving too slow !
It depends on the jurisdiction...in North Carolina it stops being speeding and becomes reckless driving at 15 over. At 33mph over, you really need a lawyer.
The cost of a speeding ticket in California will depend on where you got it. They begin with a base fine and add on court costs and costs associated with how many miles over the limit you went. A ticket for doing 95 in a 65 zone will have a base fine of $100 and can go as high as $360.
Normally you receive three points for going any speed over 55. You can go to court and argue before the judge to receive less points if you were going close to the speed limit.
Yes, many state highways have a minimum speed limit.
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 cost of the speeding ticket depends on how fast the driver was going, and it depends on the speed limit for the area.
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Ever time you get a speeding ticket its 10 dollars per mile over the speed limit. So the price of that ticket would be $210.00 dollars.
Mine was about $250
$202 for going over 20mph posted limit
The cost of a speeding ticket in Illinois will depend on rate of speed and where you were speeding. A ticket for going 39 mph over the speed limit is $95. If it is in a school zone it climbs to $150. In a construction zone it reaches $375.
The cost for a speeding ticket in CA for going 30 mph over the limit will vary depending on the city. The ticket can be as high as 400 dollars, including court costs.
A speeding ticket in California for going 86 mph on the freeway in a 65 mph speed limit varies from $180-$200. The fine can be reduced by going to a drivers training class by $30.
Depends on the speed. It's less for going a couple of mph over the limit than it is for going 20 mph over the limit.
A speeding ticket in the state of Georgia for 30 miles over the speed limit will cost $195. If the ticket is written for careless or reckless driving it will cost more.
Was it a ticket for excess speed for conditions or being over the posted speed limit? How fast did you think you were going? We need a little more information to answer the question.