Virginia Speeding Ticket Fines


Virginia speeding tickets are some of the most expensive in the country. In Virgina a speeding ticket for speeding in a residential zone starts at $200 with an additional $8 per mile over the speed limit and a $62 court processing fee. That means if you are caught speeding going 15 mph over the limit, your ticket would cost $382. On top of that your car insurance premiums would also increase by up to 20% for the first ticket. Luckily, taking Virginia online traffic school can help you lessen the costs of your ticket.

Find Out the Cost of A Virginia Speeding Ticket
  • Speeding: $6 per mile over speed limit plus a $62 processing fee
  • Speeding in a school crossing: $7 per mile over speed limit plus a $62 processing fee
  • Speeding in a work zone: $7 per mile over speed limit plus a $62 processing fee
  • Speeding in a residential district: $200 plus $8 per mile plus a $62 processing fee
  • Impeding traffic by slow speed: $30 plus a $62 processing fee
  • Failure to drive at approximate speed authorized for lane in which vehicle is moving, on highway where “slow moving traffic” lane is designated: $30 plus a $62 processing fee
  • Speeding Highway Safety Corridor: Double fine plus a $62 processing fee