What I've seen (Michigan, Texas) is that these laws don't kick in until you accumulate a certain amount of points, or are caught driving with no license or no insurance. Or drunk. One speeding ticket for 10 over generally won't kick it in.You should read up on the "Driver Responsibility Laws" more and more states are enacting.
Basically, it means if you live in state that has these laws, and travel to another state and get a ticket, you pay a fine in the state you got the ticket in, and when they forward the info to your home state, you get another fine in you home state. I think they officially call it a "tax" to avoid the double jeopardy clause.