I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
First the good news----Under PA law, though PA is a member of the Driver's License Compact, and both receives reports, and gives reports to other states of violations of motor vehicle laws, although reported to PennDOT by other states when you get a ticket there, minor traffic offenses such as speeding, red light, stop sign, etc., will not appear on your driving record, unless you are a Commercial Driver's License holder. Here is a link to a PA site that confirms what I have explained:
Also, as it does not appear on your PA record, it will have no effect on your insurance premium.
Your fine under NY law will be a court surcharge of $80.00 and a fine for the speeding of no more than $300.00 when your speed is between 11 and 30 MPH over the limit. Based on the fact that you were only 18 over the limit, and the fine for 10 over is $150.00, I would expect that you will receive a fine of approximately $200.00, plus the court surcharge. The surcharge is paid whether you appear in court or not, and is used to fund the operation of the courts.
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