No need to report it to insurance.lexcoupe21 said:if you get a fix it ticket, will it raise your insurance if reported, and do you just have to fix the problem or pay a fine too
So your driving down the street and a police officer pulls you over for say, speeding.CakeDaddy said:excuse me not knowing what a "fix it ticket is" please explain.
There's definitely a fine for fix-it tickets, at least in California. At the very least, there's some processing fee which is ~$20. The fine for tint is around $75. I got pulled over awhile back for amplified sound (car stereo), tint, and bulbs...total fine came out to $180. These were all non-moving violations, so I didn't have to report a thing to my insurance. And from my understanding, if you're caught with the same violations within a year's time, you have to pay a bigger fine which grows incrementally each time you're caught.acuralegend.com said:Just fix the problem, ie tint, etc and go down to the police station and have them sign it off. You won't have to pay any fine I dont believe.