The ticket may impact your insurance, but you'll have to contact your provider to see if so and by how much.
That's for you to decide. "Following the flow of traffic" is not a defense.nickel052 wrote:Does anyone have any advice for me as to what I should do? Should I fight it or pay the fine of $52.50?
Your insurance may very well be affected either way. They don't really care if it's 5km, 15km, or 34km. A charge is a charge unless you're doing 50km and over, then it's a completely different story. If you plan on going all the way to trial, your charge will be brought back up to the original speed.nickel052 wrote:Will my insurance be affected if I do fight it?
This question is asked daily and unfortunately it's the same boring answer every time. No one can tell you what your insurance company is going to do. What they do is up to them. They can choose to ignore it, or they can choose to not have you as a customer anymore.nickel052 wrote:If I choose not to fight it, by approx how much should I expect to see my insurance rates increase? I am not a primary driver on any vehicle, just an occasional driver. I appreciate any advice.