If you are charged with No Proof of Insurance or No Insurance and the vehicle you were driving was insured on the date of the offense, you may be able to have this charge dismissed by providing valid proof of insurance coverage or the name and address of the owner of the vehicle (if not yourself) to the MN Court Payment Center (CPC)
no later than 30 days
from when the citation is filed with the courts. Be sure to include your case or citation number with your proof
, which can take up to two (2) business days to process after it has been received. If dismissed, no fine will be due for that charge.
Valid proof must be one (1) of the following:
- Copy of the insurance coverage card for the vehicle; OR
- Letter from the insurance agent; OR
- Copy of the insurance policy.
The information received must include the name of the insured (the person who holds the policy), the name of the insurance company, vehicle make and model, policy number, and the effective and ending dates of coverage. The insurance must be in effect on the date of the offense noted on the citation.
If there are other offenses listed on your citation, do not pay until the insurance charge has been dismissed. If you pay any of the amount owed on the citation before your proof of insurance can be reviewed by the court and the charge has been dismissed, you will be convicted of this charge. Payment of a fine, including partial payment
, is pleading guilty to the offenses charged and a voluntary waiver of the rights listed on the citation. This will result in a conviction of all charges on the case, including the insurance charge. The conviction on the insurance charge will cause your driver’s license to be revoked by the Department of Public Safety (DPS)/Department of Vehicle Service (DVS).
Proof of insurance may be faxed or mailed to the CPC.
1 (320) 231-6507
MN Court Payment Center
P.O. Box 898
Willmar, MN 56201