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    Pennsylvania Traffic Tickets

    Every conviction for a moving violation carries a two-pronged sting. Not only does the fine deplete your bank account, but depending on the severity of your infraction, a traffic ticket can force you to surrender your driver's license.

    Pennsylvania adheres to a point system. With every traffic ticket, points are added to your driving record. If you accumulate 6 points or more, penalties such as suspensions and special driving classes begin invading your lifestyle.

    About Your Traffic Ticket

    You will usually have the following options when you receive a traffic ticket:

    • Plead guilty and pay the fine.
      • You may also have the option of making payments by installments if you cannot pay the entire fine.
    • Plead not guilty and request a court hearing.

    Your citation will usually include all of the information you need to satisfy the requirements. If you have any questions, contact the local Pennsylvania court handling your case.

    Pennsylvania Driving Record Points

    Here's just a sampling of the points imposed for various moving violation convictions. If any violations result in an accident you will amass even more points:

    • Failing to stop for a red light: 3 points.
    • Illegal U-turn: 3 points.
    • Careless driving: 3 points.
    • Failing to stop at a railroad crossing: 4 points.
    • Exceeding the speed limit by 31 MPH: 5 points.

    Traffic tickets also disrupt your financial peace of mind. Not only must you pay a fine, but depending on the severity of your faux pas, you might also experience an unwelcome leap in your car insurance premiums. A parking ticket won't raise eyebrows with your insurance carrier, but if you get clocked rocketing through a school zone much faster than the posted speed limit, you can expect to see a prolonged financial spike in the price of your policy.

    Usually it's easiest and quickest to just plead guilty and pay your traffic ticket. But if one more driving-related conviction would put you over the point threshold for a license suspension or result in your insurance carrier dropping you, it might be worth fighting the ticket in court with the help of a traffic ticket attorney.

    Pay Your PA Traffic Ticket

    Read through your Pennsylvania traffic ticket thoroughly. On it you should find information on how to pay your fine, what to do if you want to contest the citation, and whether or not you must appear in court. 

    Make sure you satisfy the ticket by the deadline date or you risk further penalties.

    If you need any clarification about your ticket, contact the local court handling your case.

    Insurance Rate Increases

    It's quite common for your car insurance rates to increase after you receive a traffic ticket in PA. This is because auto insurance companies determine your rates based on how safe of a driver they think you are. They use information from your driving record, and also take into account the number of accidents you have been involved in.

    In some cases, your insurance agent may offer you a discount if you complete an approved defensive driving course. For more information, consult your auto insurance provider directly.