I got a speeding ticket last week. Will this cause my auto insurance rates to go up? If so, how much?

That just depends on your auto insurance company and your driving record. If you have had multiple tickets or have been convicted other moving violations there is a greater risk of your auto insurance premium going up. If you have had a clean driving record up to this point, your auto insurance company might be more lenient and not raise your rates. There is no set dollar amount that auto insurance companies raise rates when drivers get a ticket. If you want to know how a ticket will affect your insurance premium, you should call your car insurance provider to find out.

If you have had a problem with tickets in the past, your auto insurance company might raise your rates to a point where you can no longer afford your insurance. You should consider comparing free auto insurance quotes online to see if there is another company that could offer you cheaper car insurance despite your poor driving record.