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I just received a speeding ticket in Indiana for going 65 in a 60 will this be reported to my insurance? If so how much would it go up? Also will I receive points on my License? If I plead not guilty could I get out of paying the fine?


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A speeding ticket for between 1 to 15 miles per hour over the speed limit in Indiana is a 2 point offense. If you plead guilty and pay the fine, the traffic violation would then be listed on your IN driving record.

The conviction for the speeding ticket is not typically directly reported to your insurance company but when the insurance company next runs your motor vehicle report they will likely see this offense. It will depend on your insurance company's rating system if a minor offense such as this will raise your rates or not.

You will need to contact the court or other entity listed on your citation to find out if there is some other option available instead of pleading guilty and paying the fine. For more information regarding the IN points system you can contact the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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