Ohio Speeding Laws: What You Need to Know
A speeding ticket is more than just a nuisance. If you’re found guilty of speeding, not only will it add points to your driving record, your insurance premiums may also increase and you could lose your driving privileges.
Ohio uses a point system to keep track of traffic violations. If you accumulate 12 points or more within two years, your driving privileges will be suspended for six months. After that, you’d be required to take a remedial driving course and then take the driving test all over again to get your license back. A speeding violation may result in four points, two points, or no points on your driving record, depending on the posted speed limit and the number of miles per hour (mph) by which you exceed it: