Texas Speeding Ticket Fines


Getting a speeding ticket in Texas is expensive with most tickets costing well over $200 once you include the court fees and assessments that are added to the cost. Not only is the ticket itself expensive, the points on your Texas driving record drive up your car insurance costs. Having just one ticket on your record can raise your insurance rate by over 20%. Have over 3 tickets? Your car insurance rate will likely increase by over 50%. Speeding tickets in Texas can get very costly. In many cases you can lower some of these costs by taking Texas online defensive driving.

Find Out the Cost of A Texas Speeding Ticket
  • Speeding 1 – 5 mph over the limit: $170
  • Speeding 1 – 5 mph over the limit in a school zone: $220
  • Speeding 1 – 5 mph over the limit in a construction zone: $235
  • Speeding 6 – 9 mph over the limit: $180
  • Speeding 6 – 9 mph over the limit in a school zone: $235
  • Speeding 6 – 9 mph over the limit in a construction zone: $260
  • Speeding 10 – 14 mph over the limit: $200
  • Speeding 10 – 14 mph over the limit in a school zone: $250
  • Speeding 10 – 14 mph over the limit in a construction zone: $295
  • Speeding 15 – 19 mph over the limit: $245
  • Speeding 15 – 19 mph over the limit in a school zone: $270
  • Speeding 15 – 19 mph over the limit in a construction zone: $380
  • Speeding 20 – 29 mph over the limit: $265
  • Speeding 20 – 29 mph over the limit in a school zone: $295
  • Speeding 20 – 29 mph over the limit in a construction zone: $430
  • Speeding 30 or more mph over the limit: $300
  • Speeding 30 or more mph over the limit in a school zone: $325
  • Speeding 30 or more mph over the limit in a construction zone: $500