Thanks for using JA. I will do my best to answer your questions. DON’T FORGET, your deposit is not used to compensate me until you rate my service. New York is one of the few states that does not place out of state speeding tickets on your record. You can safely pay your ticket and it will not be on your driving record.
You can call the NY DMV and confirm but NY, PA and Colorado are three states that do not place out of state tickets on your record.
Except for Ontario and Quebec, points are not added to your NYS driver record if you commit an out-of-state traffic violation. Points can appear on your NYS driver record if you commit a traffic violation in Ontario or Quebec.
That is probably your best option since it will be no points on your record.
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