You're driving in a 55 mph zone when suddenly an officer
stops and gives you an erroneous speeding ticket for driving
at 75 mph. This represents a 20 mph excess of the posted
For such a violation, you could receive 3 points on your
driver's license. At this rate, your insurance company can
(and almost definitely will) charge you an additional $250.00
for each point assessed against your driver's license -
for a total of $750.00!
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You will now have to pay the surcharge amount of $750.00
per year, for the next three years, or $2,250.00 in total.
And this is only taking the insurance company into account.
Additionally, you still have to pay the cost of the actual
speeding ticket, which can cost in excess of $100.00.
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