The NY Times, Autoblog, and others have brought up a few good points to consider before signing up, including the fact that the company, Ticket Insurance, does not go to court to contest the tickets, does not deal with insurance company points or premiums, and can't guard against getting your licence revoked. However, for anyone looking to take some of the sting out of an unpleasant experience, Ticket Insurance might be worth a look.
Friday, February 27, 2009
There are many good reasons to avoid speeding tickets, from the insurance premium increase to the fact that you'll probably end up late for whatever you were speeding to get to. The ticket fine itself is painful even if it's not ultimately the biggest concern, and Terrence Boyd wants to help. Boyd's insurance company, which apparently does not have a web presence, is offering a policy to cover you against fines associated with speeding tickets.