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Texas does not disclose how long tickets stay on your record. Tickets on your Texas driving record can affect your driver's license points, driving privileges, and car insurance rates. The state will suspend your driver’s license if you are considered a habitual violator of traffic laws, which can be caused by getting four convictions in a year.
Still, bear in mind that the amount of time a ticket stays on your record in Texas might be different from how long the ticket will affect your car insurance rates. For instance, most car insurance companies check the past three years of your driving record when calculating premiums. But the length of time varies, and certain offenses may disqualify you from a good driver discount for more than three years.
For more information and to find out how to check your Texas driving record, see WalletHub’s complete guide to driving records.
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