If you were issued a ticket for not having proof of insurance, there is no limitation. You have already received notice of the charge and the process to follow.
If you were issued a ticket, there is no statute of limitations. It can stay on your record forever.
Most places, everywhere in the US, have no statute of limitations on murder. You can be charged anytime they feel they have sufficient proof to make the charge stick.
There is no statute of limitations on an unpaid ticket. Once your window of opportunity to pay or contest the ticket has passed (usually about 30 days), your license will be suspended. That driving record will follow you to any state and you will be unable to obtain a drivers license until the matter is cleared up.
You will be cited for not having proof of insurance and registration.
Statute of limitations do not apply to divorce decrees. The decree can be brought before a judge, consult a local attorney.
In California, The District Attorney has up to one year from the violation date to file a misdemeanor. VC12500(a), Driving w/out a license, is a misdemeanor.
No....a binder is a form of proof of insurance
State laws vary, but generally any driver is required by state statute to have auto insurance and to carry proof of such insurance.
Yes, as long as there is some written proof of the loan such as a promissory note and the statute of limitations hasn't passed.
Simply take the title and proof of insurance to you local DMV in your city, and they will register the vehicle.
There is not going to be a ticket that is issued for just a no proof of insurance. You will have to show your proof of insurance but the ticket cost will be for something else. If you cannot show your proof of insurance, you will have to go to court.