The best thing to do with your speeding ticket is to fight it and keep the ticket off your driving and insurance records.
Avoid early resolutions, first attendances or meetings with the Prosecutor. The prosecutors job, as the name suggests, is to convict or find you guilty of speeding.
If the driver takes a quick offer of a reduced charge, the ticket goes on the driving record forthwith and is available for insurance companies to base insurance rates for three (3) years.
To fight your speeding ticket you have to either go to the court and request a court date or file the ticket online.