I agree with DWZ. Judges frown on young drivers getting tickets. It's best to drive carefully and avoid the ticket or try to contest the ticket and have it removed from your record if you can.
I think that the http://www.TicketQuota.com has some useful information you may be interested in as does the http://www.SpeedingOffences.net site!
Most courts take it seriously if a young driver, especially one on a special driving permit, gets a ticket.
A speeding ticket will add points to your license and likely increase your insurance rates.
Have you considered fighting the traffic ticket? With good preparation and a carefully prepared case you might be able to have the ticket dismissed or have the judge reduce the fine, points or other penalties.
Here's some sources for more info that might help you out:
It depends on what state you're talking about. In FL, a person under 18 with a moving violation conviction cannot get his license until they turn 18. Plus having to pay the fine and getting points on the license.
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