I have a follow up question to a previous post of mine.
After talking to the previous owner of the car, at the time of being pulled over the car was still insured, registered and inspected. The only thing it did not have was plates on it and thats because he took them off to turn them in since the car was sold to me. That being said, if I get proof that the car was insured when I was given the ticket, will that be enough to void that ticket? Also if I can prove it was registered, will that void the no registration ticket? The registration was still on the car when I was pulled over and it is still on the car. The no plates ticket I will just accept since the car did have no plates on it therefore nothing can be done about that ticket.
Justin R. Nekos
Proof that the car was insured at the time it was ticketed should get it dismissed.
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