I received a ticket for no insurance or unconfirmed insurance but I have insurance?

Insurance citations may be handled online, by mail or in-person at the court. You must provide the declaration page of your insurance policy along with the insurance card. For the judge to consider the citation for a dismissal, the declaration page must cover the date and time the citation was received.

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1. How can I make my payment or payment plan?
2. I want to obtain a marriage license, birth certificate or child support orders?
3. Is the Municipal Court open to the public?
4. How do I find out the amount of my fine?
5. How may I resolve my citation online?
6. How do I see a judge/What are the court times?
7. What if I don’t agree with my citation and want to contest it?
8. How do I keep a citation from going on my driving record?
9. Why does my citation not appear in the system?
10. How may I check to see if my ticket is in warrant status?
11. When is my court date?
12. What is the court attire?
13. How do I request time served?
14. How do I request community service?
15. What should I expect when requesting a court date (Pre-Trial Hearings)?
16. I missed my court date. What are my options?
17. I received a ticket for no insurance or unconfirmed insurance but I have insurance?
18. I have a CDL (Commercial License)or had a CDL at the time of my violation?
19. Where can I learn more about Driving Safety Course or Deferred Disposition for dismissing a citation?
20. If I have a warrant, will I get arrested when I appear in person voluntarily at the court?
21. I received a letter from Department of Public Safety regarding the suspension of my driver's license. How can I get this corrected?