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So, I got pulled over the other day for going 59mph in a 40 zone. The cop recommended that I go to traffic court, rather than paying the ticket. He said that since it's my first offense, I'll probably be allowed to go traffic school.
Now, I don't really want to go to the court, then spend several hours in traffic school. One of my friends said that he only saved $20 by going to traffic school rather than paying the ticket, because of court costs and school fees. I'm not concerned with points on my license; this is my first ticket in 5 years of driving and I doubt I'll get another ticket for quite a while.
My question is this: how is this going to affect my car insurance rates? Will paying the ticket increase my rates? Will the insurance company ignore the ticket if I go to traffic school?