Inquiry:  Is it still possible to opt for a trial option for a “failure to provide insurance card” ticket that was issued 2 months ago? No letter has been  sent out for a conviction. Also, I checked and confirmed that the ticket still can be paid online.

Response:  Generally a charge will go to a non-response conviction 45 days after the charge was issued.  If you did not respond to the court for two months, you have likely been convicted and assigned a fine with a fixed number of days to pay the fine.  If the fine is not paid by it’s deadline, your licence can be suspended for non-payment.  You may wish to call the court directly to verify the status of your case.  If you would like to discuss retaining our staff to file a reopening on your behalf, we offer a no-cost initial review of cases via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.

Greg Currie
Office Manager (London)