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What are the fines for speeding in Ohio?

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The fines for speeding in Ohio range from $150 to $500, as of 2014. The specific fine charged for a ticket varies based on the speed a person is going, whether or not the driver has prior offenses and if any other violations are present.

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In addition to monetary fines, drivers in Ohio can face jail time for speeding tickets. This can be especially true if the driver has prior offenses or prior unpaid tickets.

Drivers who receive tickets are also assigned points, which go against their driver's license and remain there for two years. Excessive points can lead to the loss of driving privileges.

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