No Proof of Insurance and/or Expired Registration

The following 4 options apply to citations involving insurance and registration.

Insurance and Registration Were Current When Citation Was Received
Procedure to Follow
  • If the vehicle you were operating was insured and/or registered at the time you received the citation but you didn't have proof in the vehicle, you may submit that proof to the Court office on or before your scheduled Court date in lieu of your appearance in Court.
  • No money will be owed to the Court as long as proof can be shown that the insurance and/or registration were current at the time the citation was issued.

Insurance Was Not Current When Citation Was Received but is Now
Procedure to Follow
  • If the vehicle was not insured at the time but you have since acquired insurance, you need to submit that proof along with a fine in the amount of $187.
  • The proof and the fine money must be received on or before your scheduled court date.
  • Payment of the fine can be made with a money order, cashier's check or VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit card.
Registration Was Not Current When Citation Was Received but is Now
Procedure to Follow
  • If the vehicle was not registered at the time but you have since registered the vehicle, you need to submit that proof along with a fine in the amount of $57
  • The proof and the fine money must be received on or before your scheduled court date. 
  • Payment of the fine can be made with a money order, cashier's check or a VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit card.
Insurance and/or Registration were not Current when Citation was Received
Procedure to Follow
  • If the insurance was not current and/or the registration was not current, you must either appear in court on the date and time shown on your citation or post full bail in lieu of your appearance.