More than likely a ticket in one state will affect your license in another. Almost all states are “integrated.” This means that the system that the driver’s license agencies use to assess points or keep track of suspensions are all connected.
Almost all states have “reciprocity” when it comes to driver’s licenses. This means one state will recognize the penalties given in another state. So if you have a ticket or point suspension that suspends your license in one state, more than likely you will not be able to go to another state to obtain a valid license.
The insurance companies have access to all records regardless of the state. So getting a ticket in another state may affect your rate as well.
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