According to the national Institute of auto insurance, moving violation traffic tickets can increase your insurance auto rates.
Insurance rates are affected the most by a DUI conviction. A DUI conviction will usually increase rates approximately 100%.
A conviction for reckless driving is almost as bad. Reckless driving conviction may boost your insurance rates by as much as 85%.
A conviction for speeding, when one exceeds the posted speed limit by 15 to 30 miles an hour, may result in an increase of your insurance rates as much as 30%.
Obey the traffic rules, don't speed, don't consume alcoholic beverages and drive a vehicle. This is the best advice. However, if you have been charged with one of the above traffic violations, do not plead guilty. It is important that you avoid conviction for any of the above traffic violations. Pleading guilty is the same thing as a conviction.
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