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owner's responsibility

What if you got a Fix-it-Ticket when driving your company's vehicle?

  1. Can you get the ticket placed in your company's name?
  2. Who is responsible to take care of the ticket?
  3. More about citations
  1. If you got a Fix-it-Ticket when driving your company's vehicle, can you get the ticket placed in your company's name?

    If your company is willing to accept responsibility for the Fix-it ticket, they can tell the Court and ask for a transfer of responsibility.

    An authorized representative of your company must ask for the transfer in writing. The letter must be signed and on company letterhead.

    The Commissioner will review the letter and make a decision. The Commissioner is more likely to approve a transfer if the citation is for a mechanical violation.

  2. Who is responsible to take care of the ticket?

    If you were the driver and you signed the citation, you are responsible for taking care of the violation.

    If you get the ticket signed off and show proof of correction to the court by the due date, the Court may dismiss the charge(s).

    If this happens, you will have to pay a dismissal fee, but you won’t have to come back to court.

  3. More about citations

    See more pages in this section about citations:

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