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Fast Driving Award  asked 14 Apr 2013
I got a ticket Friday in Doraville for doing 54 in a 35. Read something about 2 points on my insurance and the officer couldn't tell me what the ticket would cost me. Can you tell me what to do or not do to make this incident the least damaging to my insurance, driving record and especially my pocketbook?

Answer  answered 15 Apr 2013 - 3025 days ago

Your best bet is to talk to the prosecutor and suggest a compromise. If you plead guilty to going 14 miles over the limit (49mph), then it will not be sent in to the DDS and will not show on your record. Of course, you will have to pay a modest fine, but won’t have to worry about any insurance rate hikes.

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