Today I went to Hahnville, LA, to pay a speeding ticket I received back in March. The woman who signed my ticket and put the final amount that I was going to pay told me that the ticket would not go on my record and that it will not affect my insurance if i plead guilty. I paid the fine and left, immediately calling my parents to give them an update. My father started to freak out, saying that the woman lied, that it will affect my insurance, that it will go on my record, and that I should have plead no contest instead of trusting her. Was this woman correct? Or is my father?
Don't stress out about it, with the thousands of insurance companies online, you likely can find cheaper insurance
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