I got a speeding ticket, should I tell my parents?

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Asked at 2012-01-14 03:53:51
Hello ,
I am a 20 year old girl , has just received a speeding ticket for 66 in 55 ( down a hill ). I have (and paid for ) my own car, have a good job , school, paying for it himself, and I can pay my insurance - even though I own the plan. ( USAA )
Should I tell them, or you think I am big enough that it is not necessary . Obviously I pay for everything myself.
Thank you,
Answer1voulez_vous_coucher_avec_moi Answered at 2012-01-18 19:50:42
if ur house im sure you do not care, unless they r going to pay for it or if you damage or
Answer2DuncaAnswered at 2012-01-23 06:01:50
It may be mentioned , but not much. I just want to make a joke about it.
Answer3BishopAnswered at 2012-02-04 02:58:33
so soon we will discover later ... pr
might as well say
Answer4QueenieAnswered at 2012-02-14 07:01:21
They still said just because you're still in your insurance plan and it's good to be honest. Just be sure that you know you're paying for it and not have to.
Answer5AshbuAnswered at 2012-02-14 19:57:42
while the sound responsible enough to pay the fine or fight if necessary. As I have understood that you pay your share of insurance under the policy of the parents. If you fought and won the ticket can not tell parents because it does nothing .

However, if I lost or just pay the ticket, then there is always the possibility of the insurance company could find . then the insurance company may increase its rate. Depending on the increase that would probably find out later. You may want to tell them before finding out the hard way .
Answer6Flirt Answered at 2012-02-15 06:38:10
I'd say, is not like going to punish for telling the truth and your not old enough to punish . but it would be a relief if you told them what he knows ur not hiding or anything, so if they do somehow find at least you said it first .
Answer7XeniaAnswered at 2012-02-21 09:16:11
You have 20 years of age. That makes you a legal adult . You do not have to tell anyone if you do not want.
Answer8nestor (l) monik Answered at 2012-02-29 05:27:03
Tell him he is not surprised with the increase of insurance.
Answer9WallaceAnswered at 2012-03-13 02:34:33
Tell them. But tell him you 'll pay and everything , you know , blah , blah , blah , blah, makes them feel more comfortable with you if you tell them the truth about what happened .
Answer10badgerAnswered at 2012-04-16 19:54:43
Eh ... What question is a bit this check should know the answer is still that.
Answer11Answered at 2012-05-07 12:44:07
I say .. pay
Answer12Japan_TokyoAnswered at 2012-06-10 22:38:55
i think u should .. would a mature thing to do b .
Answer13My dancer chickAnswered at 2012-08-30 13:24:02
Your call . He said his business to where it was in his plan. Should not affect them , but you're at it . It would be polite , but requires only .
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