What about a 'No Liability Insurance' ticket?
If you receive a ticket for no insurance and you had insurance at the time you received the ticket, you may file proof of insurance with the Court Clerk within the 15 days, pay the $25 administrative fee, and the charge will then be dismissed and will not go on your driving record. If you obtain insurance within 15 days after the issuance of the ticket, you may file proof with the Clerk, pay a:
- $125 penalty for a first offense
- $225 for a second offense
- $325 for a third offense
- $425 for a fourth offense
- $525 for a fifth offense

You will then avoid the necessity of a hearing. The $550 penalty is mandatory (may not be reduced) except for those who had insurance on the date of the violation or who obtain insurance and file proof with the court. There is no point in requesting a mitigation hearing unless you have insurance.

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1. What is an infraction?
2. What must I do if I receive an infraction?
3. What is a mitigation hearing?
4. Who qualifies for a deferred finding?
5. What is a contested hearing?
6. What should I wear and how should I act in court?
7. May I have a lawyer at my contested hearing?
8. What happens if I can't appear on the court date?
9. Will a traffic infraction appear on my driving record?
10. What if I do not respond to my ticket (fail to pay or appear for a hearing)?
11. What about a 'No Liability Insurance' ticket?
12. Is there a right to appeal?
13. What if I can't pay my penalty all at once?