How to reduce speeding tix(16 over) in GA, when I live in NC?
I've never had a ticket before so don't wanna get points on my license.
If Georgia allows you to take a driver's safety course in lieu of paying a moving violation you should contact the Municipal Court office (or whatever Georgia calls it) and request to be able to take a course in your home city and submit the documentation via mail. Here in Texas the course costs about the same as the ticket but your record stays clean. Alternatively, you could hire a GA moving violations attorney (check the yellow pages) to represent you in court to pursue the same result.read more collapse
It is important to remember that your time and effort have value, too.
Unless you have a job where a pristine driving record is required, just pay the fine and move on with your life.
You are looking at 2 points. You can get 12 points before your privledges are affected.
As far as the law is concerned, your points expire after 2 years.
Insurance is different. Moving violations stay on your MVR for 7 years. Insurers have a sliding scale to determine their risk based on how old an offense is.
Your insurance rates really won't be affected much (if at all) for 1 ticket.
If it is just a point of pride, just get over it and pay up. $#*! happens.
Speaking from experience, this is the cheapest way out of your out-of-state situation.
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