I am a resident of North Carolina (with NC driver license) and received a speeding ticket in Georgia (90 MPH in 65 MPH limit). Will GA transfer my ticket to NC or just my points to my NC driving record? Will my license get suspended in NC? What if I can negotiate it down to 74 MPH in GA? Does State of Georgia report a speeding ticket of UNDER 15 MPH to North Carolina?
Although the Georgia statute gives the clerk of court the option to not report a zero point offense like 14 mph over the limit, the Dept. of Driver Services will put in on your record if it gets to them. Then there is reciprocity between GA and NC through the Non-Resident Violator Compact. Based on federal law, some clerks are now being told by DDS that they should turn in all out of state speeding tickets, even if zero point offenses. You should hire a local GA speeding attorney to advise you on this murky and ever-changing legal issue.
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