Well rudolph didnt have his nose on
whut if you were in a bus accident and the bus didnt get the insurance information
what is going to happen to me cause i didnt pay my speeding ticket and didnt make my court date but i want to pay it whats going to happen? and what i need to do?”
why did you ask this
yes my father in law just got kicked out cause he didnt have insurance
30 dollars on ticket master didnt answer my Question
Not unless you are named on the policy.
If you didnt pay a speeding ticket in Virginia and you live in another state then they'll probably get a warrant out for your arrest, so they'll find you. I say u pay the ticket
Depends if its in your insurance at the end of the day, didnt you check before you bought it?? If you need new surgery insurance check out MIC which stands for Medical Insurance Consultants. I have added a related link.
then it turns into a legal matter where the person who didnt have insurance gets sued for losses and medical expenses
Not where I live in Ohio. My mother co-signed a car for me, and her name didnt have to be on the insurance, as long as the vehicle carried full coverage insurance in my name.
Tell your grandparents, it's their insurance policy Then, apologize for lying to them and being a knucklehead
Yes. No - its a jerky thing to do, but you should not be speeding if there arent any cops around - so they CAN ticket you if you were speeding when you didnt see them.
Why would you not sign the application for insurance. You should do that when you paid for the insurance coverage. I would suggest that you go back to the agency and sign the document.
actually i think whoever they gave the the money to when they died that's who pays for the funeral but if they didnt give the money to any one they pay for it from the insurance
well, if you didnt have insurance when you got pulled over.. in Ontario Canada its a 5000$ minimum fine (could be more depending on how the judge is feeling that day), plus a 1 year suspension of drivers license. If you DID have insurance, but just forgot to put your new insurance card in the glove box.. your in the same boat as me. When I got pulled over, I was given a slip of paper saying i was being charged with driving without insurance and had to appear in court. But no ticket on the spot. I got a ticket long ago for not having my drivers license with me, I thought this would be the same type of thing. You'd think the street cops would be able to type in your license plate and drivers license info into their computers and find out if you are insured..... but no... They don't have access to insurance companies databases! Seems strange to me. So to conclude, I need to appear in court on the date they have given me to prove that I have been insured. I suspect once I prove myself insured, i will receive a $100-$200 fine for not having the insurance card in the car when I was pulled over. Its just one of those things i guess. lol.
Yes as long as your policy has uninsured motorist coverage on your policy.
lol...i wouldn't be suprised if you lose your licence, infact you are lucky you didnt get arrested.
Notification of speed camera tickets is usually through the mail.
Yes.Added: Just as long as all the other information on the ticket is correct it will stand up in court. (e.g.: DOB, drivers license number, make of vehicle and license tag number, etc).
Well idk about all states but in MI the person not wearing the seatbelt is the one to get fined. i know this cuz i got a fine one time from riding with a friend and he was wearing his so he didnt get one.
either you didnt do it right or you dont have the eon ticket in ruby. if this answer has you confused you have the wrong infornmation, if you want a question answered look at gamefaqs.com this site should be a last resort as its answers can be way off because anybody can answer them
Auto insurance only covers sudden and accidental damages to your vehicle. Wear and tear would not be considered sudden and accidental. Though with all things insurance, it is always best to speak with your insurance company directly to find out if a certain item is covered or not.