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On the 10th I got a fix it ticket for my tag light being out. I was told I had 10 days to fix it and get it signed off on. Which I did. I haven't mailed it in yet because I lack any stamps or envelopes and the police officer ripped up the one that comes with the ticket(thanks dude.)
Today I get a notice that my "moving violation remains outstanding" and 30 days from the 27th my licence will be suspended if it's not taken care of. Looking at the ticket it says I have to bring it to the court within 10 days, not just get it signed.
Okay, so now I have to pay a fine and/or turn it in? I go to the website to check what the fine is. It says defective equipment repaired and approved prior to Suspension Order have no fee.
What is a suspension order? Is that the notice I got? Is that when they actually suspend my licence 28 days from now? Is it some other thing which is define nowhere on the ticket, notice, or website? What do I DO?

My current plan is to call them and wait on hold for about 2.7 hours monday when the office is open(why do these things always happen on fridays?) and ask them, but I don't trust them to A. know or B. tell me. Any of you have any idea what this shit means?
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On January 30th, 2010 12:53 am (UTC), tequiladawn commented:
The one fix-it ticket I've had was tag light. I fixed it, drove down to city hall, snagged the first officer I saw, and after looking to make sure I had fixed it, he signed the ticket and took it with him saying he'd drop it off. Maybe if you drove to one of the substations, like the one by WSU, you'd get a faster/better answer.
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On January 30th, 2010 03:16 am (UTC), cordelia_rose replied:
hmm. I got it signed off at the station in old town square. The officer said something snobby about "procrastinating" and signed it without even looking at the car. I figure I'll go to city hall monday and get it worked out.
I'd really like to stop getting letters from the city telling me I'm a loser though. :P
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On January 30th, 2010 08:09 pm (UTC), cordelia_rose replied:
Thanks. I'm glad I'm not the only one to not trust them at all. Right now I know so many people with issues because of tickets they took care of. Hopefully I'll just turn it in though, without finding out six years and 3 moving violations later that none of them ever noticed that my license is suspended.
gives me the heebie jeebies just thinking about it.
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