No Insurance (Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility)
If the vehicle you were driving was actually insured at the time of the ticket, the Court will dismiss the citation. You must submit proof of insurance at or before the court date on your ticket.
If the vehicle you were driving was not insured at the time of the ticket, you will be subject to a fine of approximately $950, and your license or privilege to drive will be suspended for three months. In order to have the fine reduced by $700 and avoid the license suspension, you must provide:
• A valid 6-month policy of vehicle liability insurance and,
• A copy of your driving record for the past three years
If you have two or more violations for No Insurance in the last three years, you will not be eligible for the reduction in fine and waiver of license suspension.
Traffic School/Defensive Driving School
For civil traffic offenses which are moving violations, such as speeding or running a red light, you may be eligible to attend a Defensive Driving School to have one charge dismissed. If you have not attended a school within one (1) year of any past violation you may be eligible. By attending the school, one moving violation will be dismissed with no points against your license. You must pay the school the fee on the day you attend. If you fail to attend by the time given you by the court, the charge against you will be defaulted, a fine imposed, and your license suspended. The due date for completion of the course is seven (7) days before the date on your Court-ordered extension, to allow the school time to report to the Court. If you complete the course online, the due date is seven (7) days before the Court date.
School Contact Information To access a list of certified schools by phone, call: 1-888-334-5565
Internet Registration and Online Course: www.azdrive.com
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