Q: I got two speeding tickets 1 I was going 60 in a 40 and the other I was going 53 in a 35 what will happen next ? I’m 17
A: When you are under the age of 21, it takes two convictions within 2 years to cause a license suspension. You must avoid a conviction on at least one of these tickets, but ideally both, to keep your license. You (and your parents) should speak directly to an attorney in the area where these tickets were issued to discuss the specifics and your options.
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