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How the States Exchange Info on Your Traffic Ticket Convictions

How the States Exchange Info on Your Traffic Ticket Convictions –blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. 

There is something called a “Driver License Compact” which most states are participants of (including California) and the participating States report and exchange information with each other on traffic violations committed by persons who have been convicted in their state with an out of state driver’s license.

  • ·         The court in which the ticket and conviction are filed must forward the information on the conviction to the state office of motor vehicles where the violator has a driver’s license issued.
  • ·         States which are part of the compact must report a conviction to the home state within 15 days of the date the violator was convicted.

With the exception of Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Wisconsin, all the rest of the States are part of the “Driver License Compact”.

The States that are NOT part of the compact may still unfortunately get tipped off when you commit a traffic violation because even though they are not obligated to do any reporting themselves, there’s nothing to stop one of the other “Driver License Compact” States from reporting to them.  –  blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. 

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