Your insurance violation (VC §16028(a)) may be dismissed or the fine may be reduced if you can provide proof you had valid insurance at the time the citation was issued.
- If your insurance was valid on the date of the violation, the charge will be dismissed with a $25 correction fee.
- If you obtained insurance after the date of the violation, your fine may be reduced.
- If you do not provide proof of insurance, you must pay the full fine.
Submitting Proof of Insurance
Your insurance card or insurance policy must contain the following information:
- Insured's name
- Policy number
- Issuance and expiration date
- Vehicle description
- License number
NOTE: Insurance violations may not be signed off or corrected by law enforcement. If you obtain insurance after the date of violation, your fine may be reduced. Violations of Vehicle Code §§16020(A) or 16028(C) for insurance cannot be reduced or dismissed.
Correctible Insurance Violation AND Moving Violation:
If you have both a moving violation and a correctible insurance violation, you must resolve the moving violation at the time of submitting your proof of insurance.
You may submit your proof of insurance to the court using one of the following options:
- By fax: 951.777.3350: A fax filing fee of $1.50 per page and a facsimile coversheet (RI-MC005) are required. See information about how to fax file.
- In person at any Traffic Court location
- By mail: Please make your check or money order payable to “Riverside Superior Court” and note your citation number on the check. Send your check or money order and your proof of insurance to:
Payment Processing Center
505 S. Buena Vista, Rm. 201
Corona, CA 92882