Speeding ticket from NJ show up on my MD driving record or impact my auto insurance?
3 attorney answers
That is up to Md law. Ask an Md attorney. NJ only assesses 2 points for any out of state. The insurance points are up to your insurance company.
You would need to consult with a Maryland attorney.
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