Vermont Traffic Ticket Fines


For many people who have been the recipients of a Vermont traffic ticket, they quickly realize just how expensive it is. Not only are the fines themselves expensive, with most tickets costing well over $200, on top of the fine you also have to pay court/administration fees and for most people higher car insurance premiums. This is due to the fact that points are added to your Vermont driving record and those points increase insurance costs. Luckily, taking Vermont online traffic school can help you lessen the costs of your ticket.

Find Out the Cost of A Vermont Traffic Ticket
  • Obedience to traffic control devices: $156
  • Traffic control signals: $214
  • Unauthorized signs, signals, or markings: $243
  • Failing to driving to the right: $214
  • Passing vehicles in opposite directions: $214
  • Passing on the left: $214
  • Passing on the right: $214
  • Following too closely: $214
  • Stop sign: $156
  • Yield sign: $156
  • 1-10 MPH over speed limit: $5 multiplied by MPH over the limit, plus 15% of fine, plus $41.00
  • 11-20 MPH over speed limit: $6 multiplied by MPH over the limit, plus 15% of fine, plus $41.00
  • 21-30 MPH over speed limit: $7 multiplied by MPH over the limit, plus 15% of fine, plus $41.00
  • 31 or more MPH over speed limit: $8 multiplied by MPH over the limit, plus 15% of fine, plus $41.00