The driver is responsible for the vehicle.
you are since it is on your vehicle
There is nothing to fight. The expiration date on a vehicle inspection ticket is a matter of fact. If it was expired, you owe the fine and there is no way out of it.
Yes, a person can have an expired inspection ticket dismissed if they get the vehicle inspected before the court date. It is very important to have a safe vehicle on the road.
if your vehicle is licensed in NJ, and has NJ plates on it, and you have NJ insurance, they cannot ticket you in PA for having expired NJ inspection.
The ticket for an expired inspection sticker is $152, the cost to get it renewed is $14.50.
The owner of the car gets the ticket. I just got a ticket two days ago while driving my mothers car that had an expired registration sticker. The ticket was for $50. It did however list me as the operator on the ticket.
Yes, a person can get a ticket for an expired car inspection if the car is parked on public property. All they have to do is get it inspected before the court date.
As of 4/29/13 a ticket for expired tag is $159 in Shreveport, LA and expired inspection sticker is $50.