When I was 19 I lived in PA and I had about 8 outstanding traffic tickets in different counties. I never went to court on any of them except one. The one I did go to, I plead guilty and made payment arrangements. Unfortunately, I went to prison for 3 years and when I got out I wanted to get my license back because it was suspended due to all the traffic tickets. So I went to every county where I had outstanding traffic tickets. All but the one where I made payment arrangements told me I was past the Statute of Limitations ( 2 Years ) for the traffic citations. So I only had to pay the $80.00 one. I paid it and went straight th Harrisburg that day and got my License back. I now live in Indiana and got a speeding ticket about two and a half years ago. I completely forgot about it. The only reason I found about it was because I got pulled over today and was told that my License was suspended due to the ticket I got back then. Luckily my wife went to school with the officer so he let me go and if I promised I would take care of it. When I called looking to find where I got the ticket and how much, they could not find me in the computer. So I was wondering if Indiana also had the same Statute of Limitations? Does anybody know? I am just going to go downtown and pay the reinstatement fee and I guess I will find out. I will let you know what I find out.