I was doing 103 on Fla turnpike a trooper was parked in medium with radar. I received a ticket for 33 miles over limit since 70 was the speed limit. I have Hartford Ins. it seems they like to try and just cancel me when I do anything is this a cancellation offence?
It seems pretty reasonable for an insurance company to want to cancel your policy here - you were caught driving over one hundred miles an hour. If you were the insurance company would you insure that kind of behavior?
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I agree with Mr. Clancy, doing 103 is likely to get your cancelled from most main line insurance companies and force you to pay much hire premiums to high risk carriers. Slow down and save money.
You are asking a question about insurance coverage and have labeled it a "speeding ticket".
"Speeding ticket" lawyers generally do not engage in insurance battles, especially those involving premiums and policies.
Your question is a matter between you and your insurance company and is not a legal question.
You may not acknowledge or recognize it but your behavior is reckless and presents a clear danger to you, others and your insurance company.
With that in mind I don't blame then for wanting to cancel you if you drive at 103. The Turnpike is not a NASCAR track.
My advise: 1) Hire a PSL area traffic ticket lawyer asap (you have a mandatory court appearance and your Judge is not likely to be happy with you) and 2) SLOW DOWN (caps intentional).
I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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