Do non-moving violations go on your driving record?

Answered by

Daniel Torres
Daniel TorresInsurance and Finance Analyst

Posted on Feb 08, 2023

Yes, non-moving violations go on your driving record. These violations can include things like parking tickets or having a broken taillight. The good news is that they typically don't affect your insurance rates or your ability to drive. However, they can still show up when you're pulled over or when you go to renew your license.

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