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Ledbetter Insurance has been providing car insurance for Ohio residents since 1988. We offer automobile coverage from minimum auto liability limits to high physical damage insurance on expensive antique autos. As an independent agent we can select from one of our many insurance companies to find you the best coverage and rate. Combine your home and auto and save even more with a multi-policy discount. Several discounts are available, multi-auto, mature driver, safe driver, good student and more.

Ohio Motorist Information for Ohio Residents.

Here are some points of interest regarding driving rules and regulation in Ohio.

Speed Limits

Rural Interstates: Cars 70, Trucks 70
Urban Interstates: Cars 65, Trucks 65
Other Limited Access Roads: Cars 65, Trucks 55
(http://www.ghsa.org/html/stateinfo/laws/speedlimit_laws.html)

These speed limits apply unless a different limit is posted.

Absolute (Exceeding the speed limit is illegal per seregardless of whether it was safe under the specific conditions): Interstate highway speed limits
Presumed (Driving faster than the speed limit is only evidence of unreasonable speed–you can still argue that your speed was safe under the specific conditions): All other speed limits

Speed Limits Enforcement Techniques
Enforced through use of:
Pacing: Yes
Radar: Yes
Vascar: Yes
Automated Speed Enforcement: Yes
Aircraft: Yes
Laser: Yes

Ticket Payment Methods
Consult your ticket or clerk of courts

Trial By Declaration
Allowed at the discretion of each individual court

Jury Trial Allowed
Speeding: Yes*
Parking: Yes*
Equipment: Yes*
DWI: Yes*

* Only when a jail sentence is a possible penalty.

Member of Nonresident Compact
Yes

Member of Driver License Compact
Yes

When and Where to File Accident Reports
Accidents involving death, personal injury, or property damage exceeding $400 must be reported immediately to the local authorities. If an injury occurs, or if there was at least $400 in property damage, and if the driver or owner of one of the vehicles in the accident doesn’t have auto insurance or acceptable financial responsibility coverage, the accident must be reported to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) within six months of the accident date. You can use this link to file a report: http://publicsafety.ohio.gov/links/bmv3303.pdf

Resident Insurance Requirements
Liability insurance is required (although some states allow posting a cash bond or such as an alternative)
Minimum Coverage Required:
Injury to one person: $12,500
All injuries: $25,000
Property Damage: $7,500

Phone Restrictions
Novice Drivers: No special restrictions
School Bus Drivers: No special restrictions
All Drivers: No restrictions
(http://www.ghsa.org/html/stateinfo/laws/cellphone_laws.html)

Other Regulations

From City-Data 2013

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