My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Ohio
My daughter got a ticket for not changing lanes away from a parked emergency vehicle that had flashing lights on. Basically she was traveling down the highway in Ohio, we live in North Carolina. There were two parked state troopers on the side of the road assisting with a disabled vehicle. She slowed down but did not merge into another lane. One of the two officers pulled her over. He checked to see that this is also a law in NC and that she should have known better, so gave her a ticket. While he had her pulled over another car passed them, also not merging away from them, so the officer quickly threw the citation at my daughter, jumped in his car and proceeded to pull that vehicle over. So my question is- I have planned to just pay the ticket and suffer the consequences of the points on my insurance. But I have been reading many things about possibly not getting points for an out of state ticket, possibly her having her license suspended once she returns to NC if I DO pay the ticket, possibly getting points and having her license suspended. I am lost. I am in NC, she is visiting family in Ohio and I don't what to do to help her.