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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 09:05
Call insurance company
Positive: 61 %
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 10:13
Either way, when pulled over for the seat-belt ticket, you had no proof of insurance, and since lapsed, you was uninsured. Buying another car, getting insurance is great to show the judge, but, you still did not have insurance when pulled over. If selling your car, should get it reinstated, since to sell it, someone has to drive it before buying. What if they were to have an accident in your car, then you would also be on the hook to pay for damages. (Insurance follows the car and anyone driving it, if in an accident, the car owner is responsible) Many times, if there is a lapse in insurance, they will charge you more, when you buy new insurance, thus another reason for getting it reinstated.
Positive: 55 %
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 11:03
Bottom line. You did not have active and current insurance coverage at the time you were cited by law enforcement. You will have to pay the required fine. Unless you reinstate coverage for the vehicle you are about to sell the courts will not give you a break on the citation.
Positive: 35 %
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 18:38
Ask the company if you can get a card of the previous policy on the phone, and tell them you desperately need it, so the ticket can get thrown away when you fight it.
Positive: 3 %

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