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States that transfer traffic citations?

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Junior Member
North Carolina

What states will transfer traffic citations to North Carolina affecting your license points and insurance? Does anyone know? :confused:
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Senior Member
North Carolina only posts out of state tickets to your record if the ticket will result in a suspension in NC. This means that if your ticket is 15mph or more over the speed limit you need to contest the ticket since NC will suspend your license.


Senior Member
Suspensions & Revocations

In addition to criminal penalties that the court might mandate, conviction of certain traffic offenses will result in the loss of your driving privilege.
Your driving privilege will be revoked for at least 30 days if you are convicted of:

driving any vehicle more than 15 mph over the speed limit, if you are driving at a speed higher than 55 mph.
Your driving privilege will be taken for 60 days if you are convicted of:

a second charge of speeding over 55 mph and more than 15 mph above the speed limit within one year; or
speeding plus reckless driving on the same occasion.
The DMV can also suspend your license for the following:

Two convictions of speeding over 55 mph during the same year;
One conviction of speeding over 55 mph and one conviction of reckless driving within a year;
A conviction of willful racing with another motor vehicle, whether it is pre-arranged or unplanned.
A suspended court sentence or part of a sentence mandating that you must not operate a motor vehicle for a specified period of time; and/or
A conviction for speeding over 75 mph.

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