Your fine may be reduced upon receipt of proof of valid correction on many equipment, registration and license violations. Proof of correction for a correctable (fix-it) violation must be verified and signed off by a law enforcement officer on the back of the citation.
An exception to this rule: if cited for no proof of insurance, a law enforcement officer cannot sign off the back of the citation. Proof of insurance (valid at the time the citation was issued) must be presented to the court. The effective and expiration dates must be indicated.
There will be a $25.00 transaction fee, per correction, due to the court when proof of correction is submitted.
If you have a correctable or “fix-it” violation, you will need to mail or bring the proof of correction with the fee(s) to the Court by your court date.