What happends if i dont pay a speeding ticket from michigan and im from canada (ontario)?

What happends if i dont pay a speeding ticket from michigan and im from canada (ontario)?

I was issued a ticket for 110$ on the I69 im from canada and my ticket was in michigan..what will happen if i don'-t pay it???

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Ontario has reciprocal agreements with many US states. I'm not sure if Michigan is one of them. If they are, you will be forced to pay the fine (probably with interest) next time you try to renew your plates.If they are not one of the states with an agreement, then you will be okay. But know that if you ever cross the border into Michigan again, you are liable for arrest on the unpaid fine. Is it really worth it for Mike

They wont extradite you because it's so small. But seeing that you live in Ontario I would guess that you go to the states every once and while. Since Michigan is so close and you'll probably go through there again in the future, then I would pay it. Because if they find you going through Michigan you will be arrested and most likely get a fine that exceeds Curtis

I would not travel into Michigan again. They will arrest you for sure.

600 US, possibly some time but that's not as common. Also some states have agreements with each other, (I'm not sure how tickets work) but for other violations you could get arrested in another state as well. EX: If New York or Minnesota has an agreement with Michigan then you could get arrested in that state. JUST THINK OF IT THIS WAY: If you pay it: You're safe, guaranteed no problem. If you don't pay it: Your violation will turn into a misdemeanor criminal offense and you will therefor be an official criminal and risk getting fined a larger amount or getting arrested when you travel through the states.

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Ayin

You will get a warrant in Michigan. If you ever go to jail in Canada you will get a legal hold. Michigan will then have to pay to come get you to put you in jail for two days or drop the ticket. It is much cheaper to drop the ticket.

Joan

It might show on your driving record, butyou need to call the driver's license officein Canada and in the US, there's a Toll freenumber for the US.

bassman6

Your most immediate problem would be with whatever company provides you auto insurance in Canada. One of the little-known ramifications of the NAFTA agreement is that US and Canadian authorities share information on these kinds of things. So, when it came time for your insurance company to review your rates, or for you to get reviewed by a new company, they WILL have access to the information on the Michigan ticket: and an insurance company doesn't care WHERE the ticket was issued when it comes to evaluating your driving reliability, only that you did get one issued to you.

airbob61verizonnet

The failure to appear will become a separate violation and an arrest warrant will be issued for your arrest. If you return to Canada, I doubt very much the Michigan authorities will attempt to extradite you for such a minor offense.

Captn

As wierd as BUSH is he may send troops into Canada to look for WMD then send you to Cuba. Really prob get stopped at some point in the US and taken into jail till its paid. But that could take a year to get filed with police......Id just pay it buddy.

ohiosucks

You'll have a bench warrant out for your a** in Michigan. You shouldn't go back!

AJ

It will continue to get bigger and badder and someday when you are caught in Michigan again you will go to jail--directly to jail--and not pass "GO."You are well advised to pay it or plead it Not Guilty and show up for the hearing. If the charging officer misses your trial the charge will be dismissed.I don't know if there is a reciprocal agreement with Ontario and Michigan on driving offenses. If there is then you could get picked up in Ontario and transported to MI in the back of a police car.

Curtis

I would not travel into Michigan again. They will arrest you for sure.

Mike

They wont extradite you because it's so small. But seeing that you live in Ontario I would guess that you go to the states every once and while. Since Michigan is so close and you'll probably go through there again in the future, then I would pay it. Because if they find you going through Michigan you will be arrested and most likely get a fine that exceeds ohiosucks

You'll have a bench warrant out for your a** in Michigan. You shouldn't go back!

600 US, possibly some time but that's not as common. Also some states have agreements with each other, (I'm not sure how tickets work) but for other violations you could get arrested in another state as well. EX: If New York or Minnesota has an agreement with Michigan then you could get arrested in that state. JUST THINK OF IT THIS WAY: If you pay it: You're safe, guaranteed no problem. If you don't pay it: Your violation will turn into a misdemeanor criminal offense and you will therefor be an official criminal and risk getting fined a larger amount or getting arrested when you travel through the states.

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