The more traffic tickets you receive in New York, the higher your chance of losing your license becomes. That’s because of the state’s point system.
For speeding, you can only receive eleven points within eighteen months before your license is temporarily or permanently suspended.
The effects of receiving three speeding tickets within eighteen months are going to depend on how fast you were going each time you were pulled over in New York.
The following is a breakdown of the points that could be added to your driving record for speeding:
If, for example, you were going two mph over the speed limit on the first violation and twenty-one mph over on the second violation, the third violation would result in a license suspension because the smallest New York speeding violation results in three points.
However, if each ticket was for going less than ten mph over, you would pay a fine each time and your license would remain intact.
There is more than one issue at stake here. While getting too many points on your driving record within eighteen months can result in license suspension, the insurance company doesn’t need to wait until your license has been suspended to raise your rates.
Insurers can raise your insurance rates with the first moving violation, so it’s important to fight every ticket along the way.
Get help by calling the Law Office of James Medows at 917-856-1247 or filling out the form below. A qualified speeding ticket lawyer with our firm can fight your speeding tickets so fewer points go on your license.