Would I avoid the penalties of a ticket for failing to provide proof of insurance if I got insurance before my court date?
I recently got pulled over and got a ticket for failing to provide proof of insurance. I don’t have it. I just can’t afford it. But now I have to get it. I just started a new job and I’m finally getting those paychecks so now I’m in a place where I can get myself insured. My question is, would I avoid the penalties if I got insurance before my court date?
Unfortunately, you likely won't be able to avoid any penalty for not having insurance. I would still recommend going to court with insurance — your judgment might be less severe if you resolve your uninsured status versus still being uninsured by the time your court date comes around.
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