What if I receive a ticket for No Proof of Insurance?
The State of Tennessee requires you to have Proof of Insurance in your car at all times. If you had insurance when the citation was issued but did not have it with you, you can bring in that proof to the Clerk’s Office. Optionally, you may fax in your proof of insurance to (901) 221-8525. Please include citation number when faxing. Proof must be presented to the clerk BEFORE your court date. The charge will then be dismissed.

If you did not have insurance at the time the citation was issued, the ticket fine is $50.00 plus court costs. If you go and purchase insurance after you were cited, you are still guilty and subject to the fine. Please reference the State website for more information regardingFinancial Responsibility.

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3. What if I receive a ticket for No Proof of Insurance?
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