Is it True that Speeding 9mph or Less Over the Limit Will Not Impact My North Carolina Auto Insurance? — iTicket.law
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Most insurance companies in North Carolina will forgive a speeding ticket for less than 10mph over the limit if you have no active license points. If you were cited with speeding greater than 9mph over the limit, it’s important to seek a reduction. By having your speed reduced down to 9mph over the limit, we will lower your offense sufficiently to avoid any insurance premium increase. A 9over reduction does lead to a speeding conviction with two to three license points accumulated, though these points will not impact your premium since you have no active license points and will go away after three years. Based on the average insurance premium, this outcome could save you over $1,600. Please be advised that due to insurance company restrictions, a 9over is only available if you have not had an at-fault accident with liability exceeding $1,800 in the past three years. Court costs and fines for a 9over can range between $210.00–250.00 and are due to the court by mail or online payment within 40 days after your case is closed. If you would like to learn more about reductions to just 9 mph over the limit in North Carolina, or to see if you’re citation may be eligible, please call us today at 919–200–0822.
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