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Vehicle Related Violations
Options for Disposing of Your Citation
You may have several options to dispose of your citation depending on the violation.  Please review the summary of available options.

Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection
  • You may be eligible to have the citation dismissed if you renew the inspection within 30 days of receiving the citation only if expired for less than 60 days with a $20.00 dismissal fee 
  • Proof that your vehicle passed the inspection must be provided by the court date at the bottom of your citation
  • Expired Motor Vehicle Inspections over 60 days past due may not be dismissed

Motor Vehicle Registration
  • You may be eligible to have the citation dismissed only if you renew the registration within 30 days of receiving the citation
  • Proof of your registration must be provided by the court date at the bottom of your citation

This violation may be dismissed with proper proof and a $20.00 dismissal fee.

Expired Drivers License
  • You may be eligible to have this violation dismissed only if you renew the driver's license within 30 days of receiving the citation
  • Proof of your renewal must be provided by the court date at the bottom of your citation
  • An Expired Drivers License violation may be dismissed with proper proof and a $20.00
  • dismissal fee

Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
If you receive a citation for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (FMFR) you must show proof to the court that insurance was in effect on the day and time you received your citation.

If you were not covered by insurance, you will need to request a court date to meet with the Judge for possible options to prevent the offense from appearing on your driving record.

If you have one insurance violation on your driving record and receive a second, your license can be suspended. You will be charged a surcharge fee to keep your license valid.