Dangers of Speeding
According to the most recent statistics gathered by the Missouri
Coalition for Roadway Safety, of all 2006 Missouri traffic crashes,
more than 16 percent were speed related. Read more...
Dealing With a Missouri Speeding Ticket
If you receive a Missouri speeding ticket, you have to immediately
consider the financial implications involved. First of all,
you will pay all fines and fees associated with the speeding
ticket. Second of all, your insurance company will likely
increase your premiums. Read more...
In addition to the fines and fees you will pay, you will also be
assessed points on your Missouri Driving Record. While 1 or 2
points alone won’t cause too much serious detriment, the accumulation
of points can result in higher insurance premiums or license
suspension/revocation. Read more...
How Missouri Police Determine Speeding
Radar and Laser detection devices are the most widely accepted
methods used by law enforcement to detect a driver’s speed. Using
these devices, an officer is able to record your speed by targeting
your car, specifically. Read more...
Speeding Ticket Fines
Speeding fines in Missouri are broken down into several categories
are will vary depending on how fast you were driving in relation to the
posted speed limit. Read more...
Missouri Defensive Driving/Traffic Schools
Driving University offers a Missouri specific Defensive Driving
course that meets the requirements of the State of Missouri. If a
Missouri Traffic Court judge agrees to your enrollment in lieu of
points being assessed on your Missouri Driving Record, Driving
University can help you. Read more...
Missouri Speed Limits
Missouri has researched State Speed Limits extensively and have
found that drivers typically travel at speeds they are comfortable with
depending on road and weather conditions. Read more...
What To Do If You Got a Missouri Speeding Ticket
That depends on your specific circumstances. If you were
speeding and this is your first violation, you may simply choose to pay
the fine and have the points assessed on your Missouri Driving Record.