Maybe.  Whether your insurance company decides to increase your insurance premium after a Virginia Reckless Driving conviction will depend, I suspect, on the specific policies and practices of your particular insurance company and to some degree on your driving history and the facts and circumstances of the specific violation.  For example, your insurance company might handle an alcohol-related Virginia Reckless Driving conviction (a Virginia DUI allegation which was reduced to a Virginia Reckless Driving offense) differently than a Reckless Driving conviction based purely on speeding.  This is something you will need to discuss with your particular insurance company.  A good place to start is to sit down and read your insurance policy.  I know, it isn't fun, but you may find some helpful information. 

If you have been accused of a Virginia Reckless Driving offense, Manassas, Virginia Reckless Driving Lawyer, T. Kevin Wilson and The Wilson Law Firm can help you.