There is something called the Driver's License Compact which is an agreement between states to share driving record information with one another.
So, getting a ticket in Texas will more than likely show up in New York and vice versa.
However, although that is the case, there is always the slight possibility that it won't. There are currently 5 states which do not share information with the rest of the country. They are Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
So, if you get a ticket in one of these states, chances are your home state will not find out about it.
Here are some special arrangements that have been made with Canada:
* New York does assess points for minor violations received in Ontario and Quebec.
* Michigan and Ontario exchange information and take adverse action.
* Maine and Quebec exchange information and take adverse action.
* Florida and Quebec exchange information and take adverse action.
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