Kentucky will not transfer points from speeding tickets for non-CDL drivers. But points do transfer for all other moving hazardous violations.
Iowa will count NY traffic convictions against their drivers. Best for Iowans to treat NY tickets as if they were home.
Michigan treats New York convictions as they Occurred in in Michigan. Because Michigan is not a part fo of the multi-state information sharing agreement, it may take a while, but eventually the convictions are likely to show up.
Indiana counts New York convictions on Indiana records. Hoosiers should take care of their New York traffic tickets.
Arizona drivers beware, a New York traffic ticket will show up on your Arizona driving license.
South Carolina treats instate and out of state tickets the same. It is important to minimize your ticket in NY to protect your record at home.
AUO is the most common traffic misdemeanor. It has 3 degrees, with AUO 1st being an E felony. We take a comprehensive approach to resolving these charges and getting our clients back on the road.
Driver courses like, Alive at 25 and defensive driving, are sometimes required by prosecutors. Other times they help drivers. Learn more.
New York and North Carolina both signed the Driver License Compact and therefore share traffic ticket conviction information. When North Carolina receives conviction information from New York, it will generally record it as if the violation occurred in North Carolina.
NY VTL §509.1. is usually a roadside reduction charged instead of the more serious Aggravated Unlicensed Operation (AUO) or a negotiated reduction from the AUO. Learn more.