Pennsylvania Traffic Ticket Fines


No one ever wants to get a traffic ticket in PA but when it happens it is almost always more expensive than we thought it would be. First of all the traffic ticket fine itself is usually over $100 and you normally have to pay increased car insurance premiums and court fees on top of that. With the insurance rate increases this can be over $1200 for just one ticket. Luckily there are some ways to lower this cost. To potentially lower your traffic ticket fine, avoid points on your record, and avoid insurance rate increases, you should consider taking Pennsylvania online traffic school.

Find Out the Cost of A Pennsylvania Traffic Ticket
  • Failure to obey a traffic control devices: $109.50
  • Disregarding a traffic control signal” $109.50
  • Speeding in a 65 m.p.h. zone and NOT an active work zone: $137 plus $2/mile after 5 mph over the speed limit
  • Failure to obey a stop sign: $109.50
  • Failure to obey one way roads and rotary traffic islands: $109.50
  • Following too closely: $109.50
  • Making an illegal u-turn: $109.50
  • Failure to use a turn signal: $109.50
  • Disobeying a railroad crossing signal indicating approach of a train: $139.50 and $284.50
  • Failing to stop for a stopped school bus displaying a stop sign and red lights: $334.50
  • Racing and/or drag racing: $284.50
  • Failing to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk: $134.50
  • Snow and ice dislodged or falling from moving vehicle: $284.50 and $1084.50
  • Driving at night with one or more lights off: $109.50
  • Speeding in a non highway zone and NOT an active work zone or active school zone: $126 plus $2/mile after 5 mph over the speed limit
  • Driving too fast for road conditions: $109.50
  • Speeding in work zones and school zones may carry additional fines and 15 day license suspension
  • Driving too slow: $109.50