Oklahoma Speeding Ticket, 9 Mph Over; Will It Affect My Insurance?

I got a ticket for going 49 in a 40 a few days ago. I don’t usually speed, generally I just do 5 over. Wasn’t aware that the section of road I was on was 40, the officer was sitting just in front of where it goes up to 45 apparently, but I was still speeding, and I’m going to pay it.
My roommate mentioned that any speeding ticket that’s 10 mph or less over the limit won’t affect your insurance rate. Is this true? That would be really helpful, I used to be a habitual speeder and I’ve got quite a few tickets still on my record. Also, please don’t answer based on what you THINK, I don’t know how often that happens on here. References would be great.

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2 Responses to “Oklahoma Speeding Ticket, 9 Mph Over; Will It Affect My Insurance?”

  1. Jannice says:

    if this is your first offense and you are eligible for traffic school and take it. then yes this ticket will not affect your insurance. as long as you don’t get a 2nd ticket. if you do then you can expect your insurance to go up 20-50 bucks a month for as long as 2-3 years.
    did my traffic school online with gototrafficschool.com and used a discount code: X2K-7CF-4F5 and saved their course.
    for the finals, i searched traffic school answers 2012 and found a reviewer and studied it, before taking the test.

  2. kieran says:

    quote . I got a ticket for going 49 in a 40 a few days ago. I don’t usually speed, generally I just do 5 over
    so basicaly you do speed you generaly drive 5mph faster
    i hope it dose effect your insurance and you start driving at the correct speed

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