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What if my Ticket is for an Insurance Violation?

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If you have been cited for an auto insurance violation, you must provide the court with written evidence of financial responsibility. This means you must show proof of having had a valid auto insurance policy when you received the ticket.

To prove you have the required insurance, you must get a form from your insurance company that shows that the insurance:

  • was in effect on the date you were cited,
  • covered the vehicle involved, and
  • covered the person driving the vehicle.

Take or mail the insurance company form to the court along with your dismissal fee before the deadline shown on your ticket. To learn how to pay your fees, click here. Opens new window

If you can do this the court will dismiss your case and it won’t go on your record.

If you are unable to provide all of the proof described above, you must go to court to discuss your particular situation. Insurance violations cannot be signed off by a police officer.

 

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