How Much Does Speeding Ticket Cost?

One of the most common violations committed by motorists is speeding.  Speed limits are implemented on different parts of the road, usually depending on the traffic that the area usually receives.  When a motorist is caught speeding, they are issued a speeding ticket.  This usually constitutes a notice of penalty such as a fine or deduction of points.   Speeding ticket prices vary and certain computations are done depending on the each , the speed limit zone, and by how many miles per hour the speed limit was broken.

How much is a speeding ticket?

STATE
MAXIMUM FINE

Alabama

$100

Alaska

$300

Arizona

$250

Arkansas

$100

California

$100

Colorado

$100

Connecticut

$50

Delaware

$115

Florida

$250

Georgia

$1000

Hawaii

$200

Idaho

$100

Illinois

$1000

Indiana

$500

Iowa

$500

Kansas

$500

Kentucky

$100

Louisiana

$175

Maine

$500

Maryland

$500

Massachusetts

$100

Michigan

$250

Minnesota

$300

Mississippi

$100

Missouri

$200

Montana

$100

Nebraska

$100

Nevada

$1000

New Hampshire

$1000

New Jersey

$200

New Mexico

$200

New York

$600

North Carolina

$1000

North Dakota

$20

Ohio

$100

Oklahoma

$1000

Oregon

$300

Pennsylvania

$1000

Rhode Island

$75

South Carolina

$200

South Dakota

$200

Tennessee

$50

Texas

$1000

Utah

$750

Vermont

$1000

Virginia

$1000

Washington

$250

West Virginia

$100

Wisconsin

$300
Wyoming
$200

Data courtesy of NHTSA.gov

What is going to be included?

What are the extra costs?

Violation
Estimate Increase
Careless Driving
13% to 16%
DUI (First Offense)
16% to 20%
Improper Turn
11% to 15%
Reckless Driving
17% to 25%
Speeding over 25 mph
13% to 17%
Speeding 15 to 25 mph
9% to 14%
Speeding 1 to 15 mph
5% to 10%
Tailgating
10% to 15%

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